‘The March for Bullsh–er, Science’

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Ooh-ooh! Today’s the March for Science [raspberry fanfare, please]! It’s set up to go with Earth Day! (http://bigstory.ap.org/article/c1cce65224164de8b5e10db11684fe1d/march-science-events-take-place-around-globe)

One good pagan holiday deserves another.

These quotes from the Associated Press article, I think, say it all.

“Scientists world wide left their labs”–oh, please–“to take to the streets Saturday along with students and research advocates”–who asked for the barf bag?–“pushing back against what they say are mounting attacks on science.” (Gag)

They’ve even got really clever signs that say, “Science is the Answer.”

“Scientists,” says the AP, speaking, I suppose, of all scientists, and not just left-wing socialist moron scientists, are “anxious about political and public rejection of established science [sic] such as climate change and the safety of vaccine immunizations.” Nope, no controversy there.

Science is a tool. It is a method. It is the creation of human minds and hands. It is not The Answer to bloody anything. What we are looking at here is idolatry. A substitute religion. A monstrous misuse of science.

I mean, are people blind? Do they honestly, truly not see what happens to places that are ruled by the kind of people who organized this march? Places like Detroit, Venezuela, North Korea. Come to New Jersey and see what the Climate Change and Earth Day Liberal Democrat crowd has done to it. I saw it done before my very eyes. Trust me! What libs do to where you live is not a bit nice. Or don’t trust me, and visit some of these places and see for yourself.

“Science” as exalted by these left-wing pin-heads is not science at all, but an idol. Its acolytes have already demanded sacrifices–by you, of course. Not from themselves. They’ll keep their private jets and mansions. You’ll lose your air conditioning.

7 comments on “‘The March for Bullsh–er, Science’

  1. One of the big failings of the Left is their ignorance of free will. It seems to never even occur to these people that their may be other points of view, other conclusions or that some people simply do not believe them.

    I was exposed to environmentalist indoctrination when I was in first grade, nearly sixty years ago. I was told that unless drastic measures were taken there would be no trees when I grew up. Since that time, I’ve read many articles calling for immediate implementation of drastic measures of one sort or another or we would go past the point of ne return and the planet would die. As I write, even from Arizona, there seems to be no shortage of plant life, animal life, etc. In fact, one of my biggest problems is preventing the spread of mesquite trees in my yard and there is so much wildlife in my neighborhood that it causes problems.

    Much of this “settled science” is, indeed, the excrement of male bovines.

    1. “..there would be no trees when I grew up…” This from the geniuses who want to ban CO2, on which trees depend for life. (And I suppose they want us all to stop exhaling, as well.)

  2. I love the bit about all the scientists leaving their labs. Uh, most scientists don’t hang out in “labs,” and those who do aren’t usually there on Saturdays, anyway. Do these devotees of “science” even know how many different branches of science there are?

  3. Our Creator has His own plan for climate change. Just wait until they see that ‘science research’!

    1. There isn’t a lot of scriptural information about the pre-Flood world, but one gets the impression it was far different from what we are familiar with. Genesis 2:6 tells us that there was no rainfall, but that a mist rose from the earth to water the surface of the ground.

      If Adam and Eve lived comfortably while unclothed the climate would have had to been quite different from anything I’ve ever experienced. I live in one of the warmer parts of the US and one would get quite cold here after sundown without clothing, even at the height of summer.

      Personal opinion here: I think that the ice caps are leftover from the Flood and serve to regulate the climate of the earth. We are told that originally there was a shroud of water (perhaps water vapor?) around the planet and such a thing would moderate the climate significantly. After the flood, the range of temperatures on the earth would have become far wider. Having lived through 18 Minnesota winters and 18 Arizona summers, I would opine that either can be daunting, and that’s just the range from the 32nd parallel to the 45th. I can’t even imagine what it would be like in Nunavut or the Sahara.

      The fact is, we have only a tiny bit of information to go on and the rest is speculation. However, I would feel confident in stating that things were much different and will someday likely be restored to their original specs and I would think that those specs were a lot friendlier than anything any of us has ever known.

      All that having been said, I long for the weather I knew when in lived in Colorado’s Front Range. Summers could be fairly hot, but never particularly unpleasant (which is in contrast to AZ’s summers). Winters had a bit of snow, but never the bitter cold of Minnesota’s winters, which could seem endless.

      One thing I loved in Colorado was the fact that within a few days after a storm the snow would melt and we’d be treated to some truly glorious weather, cool, but pleasant with just the right amount of sunshine. I never complain about Colorado’s weather. It is a place of four disctinct seasons and it is quite possible to enjoy all four within the span of 24 hours. I remember on day in 1980 when I got snowed out (at my construction job), drove across town to my home and sat on the front porch with my shirt off, enjoying the sunshine while the other side of town was being deluged with snow.

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