Actor Leonardo DiCaprio has been working with John Kerry and others to convince world leaders to reach a climate change agreement in order to save the planet from the emissions from, well, the private jets of world leaders and hypocrite celebs flying to climate change summits for starters.
DiCaprio said he experienced the effects of man-made climate change while filming his upcoming movie, and he described gusts of warm winds in Calgary in January:
…it was scary. I’ve never experienced something so firsthand that was so dramatic. You see the fragility of nature and how easily things can be completely transformed with just a few degrees difference. It’s terrifying, and it’s what people are talking about all over the world. And it’s simply just going to get worse.
Before DiCaprio can place a panicked call to Al Gore, maybe he can be taught a thing or two:
That awkward moment when you have to explain a Chinook to Leo DiCaprio https://t.co/pbgYHfhY3U
— Joni Avram (@joniavram) December 9, 2015
We’re sure the fact that it’s has happened for a long time and is normal won’t get in the way of DiCaprio using the story to push the panic button about AGW.
You are a very silly man, Leonardo DiCaprio. it's called a chinook, you Hollywood bozo. https://t.co/NpowqzFDLy
— Heath McCoy (@VanHeathen) December 9, 2015
https://t.co/1CcSCEnZu2 LOL. Leo, that's called a chinook, and they're extremely common here in Calgary…
— Lindsay (@flyingcanadian) December 9, 2015
— Rob Breakenridge (@RobBreakenridge) December 9, 2015
— Pugsley Siegel (@PugsleySiegel) December 9, 2015
A celebrity who addressed the UN is such an authority he isn't aware of chinook winds in Alberta https://t.co/UkqRiAAPTY
— Garry Finell (@HeiferTester) December 9, 2015
— Nikolas Morianos (@NikolasMorianos) December 9, 2015
DiCaprio is such a smart climate change individual that he has never heard of a Chinook prevalent in AB for as long as I can remember LOL
— LaVar Payne (@LaVarRetiredMP) December 9, 2015
But it’s the “deniers” who don’t know how to science, right Leo?