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Bill Nye the Gender Guy

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Nobody does more than Bill Nye “the Science Guy” to foster the notion that science is crap.

When he’s not campaigning for people who don’t believe his Global Warming schtick to be thrown in jail, the former PBS kids’ TV star–ooh! he has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering!–is carrying water, now, for the transgender delusion. On his new Netflix show, Bill Nye Saves the World, this guy with a bachelor’s degree said there ain’t just two genders, male and female, but gender is “more like a kaleidoscope” (http://libertyviral.com/bill-nye-gender-ideology-guy/). Dig it–“the gender kaleidoscope.” Someone is sure to parley that into a federal grant.

By the way…”saves the world” from what? Nye says abortion is good. Maybe he saves the world from babies.

In 1996, on his PBS show, Nye said “gender” was determined by chromosomes. XX chromosome=female. XY chromosome=male. No kaleidoscope. His recent remarks would appear to conflict with his former observations.

The alleged fact-checker, Snopes.com, rushed to defend him from the charge of being against the gender spectrum before he was for it. “His understanding is evolving” [extra credit for saying it “evolves”!]. And, “Nye’s understanding of sex and gender, as well as the world’s, has grown since then.” Now you know why I don’t pay a lot of attention to Snopes.

Nye says, “We have to listen to science. And the science says we’re all on a spectrum.”

“Science says.” It’s just like “Simon says.” We offer a brief translation: “I am the smartest person here, so what I say, goes for everybody. The rest of you, shut up!”

Yup. It’s crap.


Climate Change Gang Sinks to New Low

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I’ve always considered it the nadir of decency to try to win a political argument by roping children into it. I hated it when I was a reporter. Teachers want a raise: they trot out the kiddies to plead for it. Politicians want to raise your taxes: “It’s for the children.” Disgusting.

Now the Global Warming mongers at the Weather Channel are exhorting children to nag their parents about “Climate Change” ( http://www.climatedepot.com/2016/11/03/the-weather-channel-uses-young-kids-to-promote-global-warming-fears-dear-mom-dad-climate-change-could-be-very-catastrophic/ ). Notice they want the kiddies to warn mommy and daddy that Man-Made Climbit Change “could be very catastrophic.” Is there such a thing as slightly catastrophic?

They’ve even got a poster for the li’l ones, that reads, “Climate Change is real, it’s bad, and it’s caused by humans.” It’s not real, such “climate change” as there is in nature is caused by natural forces which no government, no matter how big, can control, and if you’re stuck living in the Sahara, maybe a little change in the climate might be welcome.

They also seek to equip the kiddies with such gems of unanswerable wisdom as “This year [plug in any year] was the hottest year on record,” and, of course, the meaningless and incredible pseudo-statistic, “97% of scientists” believe in Man-Made Global Warming and we’re all gonna die unless the gubmint gets a lot bigger and a lot more power in a hurry, blah-blah.

We note in passing that John Coleman, one of the founders of the Weather Channel, calls Man-Made Climate Change “baloney.”

Well, there you have it. Liberals can’t win arguments by employing reason, let alone facts: for them, there are only politically useful pseudo-facts. Also known as lies. But when all else fails, they can bring on The Children. And anyone who doesn’t buy what those liberals are selling is against The Children, boo, hiss!

God must be really, really mad at us, to allow us to be lorded over by such slimy people.

I pray that we’ll repent with all our hearts, and that then He’ll forgive us and get rid of them.


Deplorable People Have Too Many Babies!

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Do you have to be moral, to be a “moral philosophy professor”? Nah.

One of these intellectual ginks at Johns Hopkins University has written a book in which he declares we gotta fight Climate Change by having way fewer babies ( http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-09-23/want-to-slow-climate-change-stop-having-babies-bioethicist-travis-rieder-says ). Yup: too many people on the Plaaaanet, poor ol’ Gaia, blah-blah-blah.

Government–and interllecturals–he reluctantly concludes, will find it necessary “to pressure families” to stop making babies: because modern people just will not “give up their toys” and scale themselves back to an 11th-century lifestyle. By “toys” he means things like refrigerators and air conditioning.

Yo, sunshine! Which of those toys have you given up?

He does not deal with the colossal amount of evidence that “climate scientists” and government agencies are lying, lying, lying about all this. Instead, he brands his critics, and anyone else who won’t agree with him, as “the far-right hate machine.”

The wisdom of God speaks truly: “All they that hate me love death” (Proverbs 8:36).

P.S.–Yes, I know I complain all the time about the noise and crowding in this part of New Jersey. But not being a liberal, I do not demand that my emotional reactions to my particular circumstances be made the basis of public policy affecting everyone.


White House Wants Your Doctor to Nag You about Global Warming

As if doctors already didn’t spend time enough with their patients to find out what’s wrong with them and make it better–my sister is a nurse practitioner, and she knows all about “15 minutes per patient, or bust”–now President *Batteries Not Included wants physicians to bust their patients’ chops about Global Warming ( http://dailycaller.com/2015/06/25/the-white-house-wants-your-doctor-to-teach-you-about-global-warming/ ).

So you break a finger playing basketball, and you go to the doctor. And after he gets done counseling you not to smoke, and asking if anybody in your family has a gun, he gets started on Global Warming, and how we’re all gonna die, yatta-yatta, and you just gotta support the (ugh) president’s “regulatory agenda”–and oops! Your 15 minutes are up, you’re finger’s still broken, and you might as well move on to the emergency room and sit around for hours and hours waiting for some kind of medical treatment.

Coming off the two coldest winters I’ve ever seen, back-to-back, punctuated by a not very hot summer, I’ve had it up to here with Global Warming. It’s a lie, it’s a scam, and that’s all there is to it.

Look, when something is pushed by Obama, Gore, Kerry, Clinton, and the UN, it has zero probability of being true. But they keep on pushing it because Saving the Planet is the greatest excuse any tinpot statist liar ever thought of for doing absolutely anything they please.

When are they going to let doctors go back to being doctors?

Never, if they can help it.


Science, Science Fiction, and Beliefs That Trash Our Culture

Scientific Mythologies: How Science and Science Fiction Forge New Religious Beliefs

I’ve discovered a book that’s blowing my head apart–Scientific Mythologies: How Science and Science Fiction Forge New Religious Beliefs by James A. Herrick (IVP Academic, 2008). It’s a big, hefty book jam-packed with information, and it’s going to take me some time to work my way through it. But what I’ve read so far is dynamite.

Science fiction and popularized science saturate our popular culture. As a child of the 1950s, I remember science fiction as 100% fun–not something that new religions are made of. But that was a child’s perception.

On purpose, science fiction writers and movie-makers, and producers of the kind of “science” that gets into our popular culture via TV specials and other mass media, have for decades been trying to wean their readers away from Christianity and replace it with something of their own invention. Okay, that’s a big thing to say; but Professor Herrick proves it with quotes aplenty, going back to the very beginnings of science fiction.

I know a guy who once told me, in all solemnity, “Jesus was a hybrid. He was half-extraterrestrial. That’s how He was able to do the things He did.”

There are millions of people out there with that kind of garbage in their heads. And as persons consciously and purposefully engaged in what they themselves call “myth-making,” or “the creation of new myths to replace the old,” science fiction writers and science hucksters have a lot to answer for.

Meanwhile, if you “create” “a new myth,” where does truth come in? Why should anybody but a total putz believe in something you created? But then the whole business of our public education system is to crank out total putzes.

God’s word is true. Most of these days, it’s the only truth we’re likely to hear. It’s true whether anyone believes it or not. It is not the creation of a human mind, or human hands. God Himself is true, and always speaks the truth.

The inroads made into the beliefs and worldviews of tens of millions of Americans–convincing them that “Science” has all the answers, super-advanced aliens are only waiting to make contact with us so that they can save us from ourselves, Evolution will transform us into higher beings that are a big improvement over what we are now, and so on and so on–are the deliberate work of persons who wish to sit where God sits.

But those inroads could not have been made if the Church had lived up to its duty to proclaim the truth at all times–and by “Church” I don’t mean the institutional church in its innumerable divisions which becomes an end in itself, but the Church and kingdom of priests that consists of all believers, all Christ’s people.

We are the ones who have been silent. We haven’t done our duty. We are the watchmen who failed to sound the trumpet, to warn the people that the sword was coming. Our God will judge us harshly for our silence.

We’ve slept through several decades of this .

Now it’s time to wake up and proclaim the truth.

[Note: R.J. Rushdoony blazed this trail in 1967 with his The Mythology of Science, available via The Chalcedon Foundation, http://www.chalcedon.edu/store/ . It’s a fast read, and you will be amazed at the sheer poppycock being spouted by scientists back then.]


Pope Bets His House on ‘Climate Change’

Pope Leo X, whose shenanigans touched off the Protestant Reformation. Pope Francis I has a chance to out-fail him.

With the moral authority of his church still disabled by its world-wide pedophilia scandal, the Red Pope is staking all they have left on one last throw of the dice.

So we’re all waiting for the Red Pope’s encyclical that’s going to make belief in Global Warming a religious issue (hint: it already is) and give a huge lift to the political Left throughout the Western world ( http://www.csmonitor.com/World/2015/0614/Pope-Francis-climate-change-encyclical-seeks-to-transform-debate-video ).

If the dice show craps, the Red Pope could go down in history as the pope who buried the Roman Catholic Church.

Why do I call him the Red Pope?

Because all his life he’s been an advocate and pusher of Big Government, and government as the solution to every human problem.

Nothing, but nothing, can beat Saving the Planet from Climate Change as an excuse to grow the government. As an excuse, in fact, to do anything.

As icing on the cake, one of the Red Pope’s close advisers in 2009 publicly said half the population of the world, like, has got to go. And, to make it even more fun for government types who batten on the human race like ticks, this guy has advised the pope that the world needs an “Earth Constitution” as the supreme source of law–Bible, schmeible–and a “Planetary Court.” ( http://www.newsmax.com/Newsfront/climate-change-overpopulation-pope/2015/06/14/id/650462/ )

As a general rule of life: When individuals and groups that have repeatedly been caught lying and cheating, propose radical new policies that will fabulously enhance their own wealth and power… don’t believe them!

Don’t ever believe them.


‘Gay Marriage’ Study–Fake, Fake, Fake

Not that this should come as any kind of surprise to anybody, but a major “scientific” study supporting same-sex “marriage” has been retracted by its author… because it has turned out to be a fraud ( http://www.politico.com/story/2015/05/science-retraction-gay-marriage-views-fake-data-118131.html ).

Is science even science anymore? Do they ever tell the truth? We’ve already seen this in regard to Global Warming–suppressing some data, overemphasizing other data, claiming press releases are “peer-reviewed scientific papers,” suing, bullying, and mobilizing political pressure against critics and dissenters: all justified in the name of the good cause of Saving the Planet.

In the case of the “gay marriage” study, we were asked to believe that Science “proves” that most Americans are gung-ho for it, and anyone can be converted to the cause just by twenty minutes’ worth of conversation with a “gay person.”

Now the alleged researchers have admitted that they faked it. Oops.

Common sense break: If it were true that the American people really do want “gay marriage,” there would immediately be legislation to establish it and we wouldn’t be in the freakin’ Supreme Court waiting for the judges to ram it down our throats. If it’s so popular, bunky, just put it on the ballot!

I was brought up to believe in science.

I don’t anymore.


No, New York Has Not Become Daytona Beach

Thirty years ago this week, in 1985, “government scientists” confidently predicted that, due to man-made Global Warming, New York City, by the year 2015, would be “like Daytona Beach” ( http://godfreydaily.com/2015/03/05/flashback-1985-govt-scientists-once-predicted-nyc-would-resemble-daytona-beach-the-daily-caller/ ).

Yes, that was the “settled science” back then, based on “irrefutable data,” blah-blah. But today, in 2015, New York has just had another major snow storm and here, a few miles south of the city, it was 8 degrees this morning.

Good thing we didn’t act on that prediction, isn’t it?

If you think I’m beating a dead horse, think again: this horse ain’t dead. Big Government, Big Science, and the United Nations Dictators Club are still going all out for Global Warming. It’s even rumored that the biggest Global Warming guru of them all, Al Gore, is thinking about making another run for president.

Saving the Planet is still the world’s greatest excuse for growing the government, raising taxes, and gobbling up personal liberty. It justifies anything and everything; that’s why libs and progs still like it.

And so the UN tells us that it’s only cold where you happen to be, personally–the rest of the world is sweltering. “It’s only the Eastern United States that’s cold,” they say: having redefined “Eastern United States” to embrace everything east of the Rockies. Give them a little snow in California, and “Eastern” will mean everything east of the Pacific.

Why do they tell these easily-refuted lies?

To get you to obey. To make you do what they want. Because it fits their “narrative” that each succeeding year is the warmest known in human history, and that unless they are given undreamed-of powers, we’re all gonna die of heat prostration–that, or we’ll just all drown when thousands of our cities wind up underwater.

For as long as the Rulers have that mind-set, the rest of us dare not relax our vigilance.


ET, Here We Come

Two news stories, this past weekend, shed light on the increasingly desperate search for extraterrestrial life.

First, NASA scientists announced they expect to find alien life very soon, probably within the next 20 years ( http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/07/05/nasa_aliens_are_out_there_we_will_find_a_new_earth_within_20_years ). No, we’re not going to send up spaceships. This will be achieved by better and better telescope technology.

Second, scientists had to admit they got it wrong when they announced the discovery of two planets just like ours–nicknamed “goldilocks planets” because they’re supposedly “just right” for the chance appearance of life–orbiting a star named Gliese 581 (Source: Washington Post article by Sandhya Somashekhar, July 3, 2014 ). But the planets turned out to be not planets at all, but sunspots or something.

The humanist mindset is revealed in really bad movies: like The Lost Tribe, which I reviewed July 13, in which scientists discover a fossil that “proves God did not create man.”

Here’s what will happen. NASA telescopes detect “signatures of life” on a planet many light-years away, and next thing you know, the talking heads are all over TV saying “This proves there was no special creation of life on earth, no creation by God: but rather that life arises by purely naturalistic processes wherever you find ideal conditions for it.” Democrats dance in the streets, and the Presbyterian  Church USA publicly states that it’s sorry there is no God, but it’s going to stay in business anyhow because it hasn’t paid a dime’s worth of attention to God in the last 25 years anyhow.

The materialist/humanist pseudo-theology dictates that life be found on other planets. They think this will wipe out Christian faith. Of course, with a whole universe at His disposal, where is it written that God created life only on this earth and nowhere else? The discovery of bacteria on Diomega Orionis IV would not change my religious beliefs.

Nevertheless, life on other planets is the Great White Hope of atheism, and it has led them to make some really splashy promises.

He that sitteth in the heavens shall laugh; the LORD shall have them in derision. (Psalm 2:4)

P.S.–Of course the link to the article in The Register UK doesn’t work. Sorry! I’ve had all the computer problems I can cope with, lately, and I can’t cope with more. Seek the original story, and ye shall find.


USDA to Grandma: Read the Kids Government Bedtime Stories

Oh, how I wish this was an April Fool’s joke! But it isn’t. Sadly enough, it’s true. See http://freebeacon.com/issues/usda-to-grandparents-read-government-bedtime-stories-to-encourage-healthy-eating/

In a project costing almost $9 million of your dollars, the USDA is offering grandparents a little book of government bedtime stories to “show how much they love and care about their grandchildren.” The storybook is called “The Two Bite Club” and you can read it here ( http://www.fns.usda.gov/tn/two-bite-club ).

In one of these tales from the government crypt, Gramma Cat plies her kittens with those irresistible dainties, “broccoli, yellow apples, low-fat yogurt, and ‘hard-cooked’ eggs.” If they try two bites of each, they get “a certificate of participation.” At the end of the story, a kitten says, “I am so proud of myself. I tried some new foods and I learned about My Plate.” Good job, kitty. You’re a genius.

You know, if my grandma had ever read me anything like that, I would have feared for her sanity.

Hey, if this works, we’ll probably see a lot more government bedtime stories. “Once upon a time, in a magical land called America, capitalist warmongers kept income unequal and made all the workers sad. But then along came a brave young prince named Lord Barack…”

In retrospect, I am amazed the USDA didn’t treat us to some healthy eating bedtime stories featuring “two moms” or “two dads.” And how about some Global Warming bedtime stories, while we’re at it?

Father in Heaven, I pray: please sweep away these people, and wipe their works off the face of the earth.


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