Meet Professor Ivan McNugget, the man who denied climate change and got a big bag of money from Exxon, the man who read the bible and used it as a proven study to deny evolution, and also found a way to link cigarettes and homosexuality
with the bible there are always multiple meanings and who knows what was written before all the many many rewrites.
Sadly too many people believe that the scientific method leads to the 'truth' or they believe that 'faith' and 'truth' are interchangeable.
That's why I keep saying there is no truth.
If we all admitted that climate change and the carbon theories are just really well supported guesses instead of insisting that they are 'real',
then those that scream and froth at the mouth in denial would look like the jackasses that they are.
However whenever one person says something is 'undeniable' or an 'inconvenient truth' they are no more believable than someone who claims that 'god is great'.
But that's why its said in Reiligion "It is written" but in Science "It is written...and rewritten....and rewritten" In pure science there is a constant quest for the explanation, and we change it based on what we learn so we have a better understanding instead of saying "It's true because we always thought it was before" which is what bible thumpers say
on the other side a great experiment would be to TRY and reduce carbon emissions anyway just to see if it will work but resistance to giving that a chance is PURELY profit driven
That's the very thing the climate agenda is built on! Scientific crackpots!
There is no consensus
The Petition Project features over 31,000 scientists signing the petition stating "There is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide will, in the forseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth's atmosphere ...". (Petition Project)
An MIT professor of meteorology is dismissing global-warming alarmists as a discredited “cult” whose members are becoming more hysterical as emerging evidence continues to contradict their beliefs.
During an appearance on this writer’s radio show Monday, MIT Professor emeritus Richard Lindzen discussed the religious nature of the movement.
“As with any cult, once the mythology of the cult begins falling apart, instead of saying, oh, we were wrong, they get more and more fanatical. I think that’s what’s happening here. Think about it,” he said. “You’ve led an unpleasant life, you haven’t led a very virtuous life, but now you’re told, you get absolution if you watch your carbon footprint. It’s salvation!”
'Global warming the greatest scam in history' claims founder of Weather Channel
So out of the 31,002 scientists I just provided.. you only applaud 1? :)
AH climate changes constantly, wouldn't it be nice to be out of the ice age and to see what is on the land under all that ice??