I have some thoughts over at PJMedia.
One of your best Rand. I’m looking forward to reading all the deniers in its comments.
Seconded. Well done.
Meanwhile, on the topic of climate alarmists, you might enjoy a recent post at “climate nuremberg” which is one of those posts where you just can’t look away.
It starts with
Part of being a science communicator is hoping a natural disaster kills as many members of the audience as possible, as soon as possible, with as much media exposure as possible. As a communicator myself, I’d like nothing better than for thousands of middle-class white people to die in an extreme weather event—preferably one with global warming’s fingerprints on it—live on cable news. Tomorrow.
And he doubles down on it. Going into how many hundreds of thousands of people should die, and how often, before people wise up and put climate alarmists in charge.
Right out of State of Fear.
An absolute cliche. Should have its own section in the DSM.
George, that’s Brad Keyes’ site. It’s a “modest proposal.”
This isn’t satire is it?
I am curious about what the pro global warming readers here think about stuff like this. Do things like this and similar rants about calling for the arrests and mass killings of “deniers” raise any red flags with the in crowd at all? Scary part is they want this stuff to happen in the name of science.
It is. It’s Brad Keyes. It’s amazing how hard it’s getting to satirize these people, though.
Thank goodness its satire. It seemed a little over the top but also wouldn’t be out of place.
A scientist is anyone who practices the scientific method. The Mythbuster crew are scientists, Michael Mann is just a government fink.
It is astonishing that people who spend so much time complaining about science illiteracy cannot actually define the terms: science literacy, valid scientific theory, scientific theory or scientist.
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