Unfortunately, some misuse science. Some of their intentions, are far from benevolent. They see science as a mechanism for political power and control. There is great danger from those who would use science for political control over us.
How do they do this? They instill, and then continuously magnify, fear. Fear is the most effective instrument of totalitarian control.
Tuesday, 5 November 2019
Tom Nelson is drawing attention to a new threat to the well-being of children around the world - a new Gore-developed presentation designed to alarm and to upset. Here is some of the promotion for it on Al Gore's own blog:
'The climate crisis affects all of us. And it’s up to all of us to solve it.
Saturday, 28 September 2019
'There is no climate emergency
Thursday, 26 September 2019
What is it like to read calm, rational, highly-informed reasoning on climate? Try Prof Nir Shaviv for starters.
'Political and corporate leaders gathered for the climate week in New York City have urged significant action to fight global warming. But, given the high costs of the suggested solutions, could it be that the suggested cure is worse than the disease?
Tuesday, 24 September 2019
Will the political forces behind the scaremongering ever want to let them recover? After all, scared and bewildered people would seem well-suited to handing over more of their lives to government control, and to supporting all the various gravy trains that the scare has enriched with a trillion dollar market.
A recent post by Simon at Australian Climate Madness provides a neat summary, which I hope they won't mind my reproducing in full:
'The climate strikes aren’t about climate, they are about anti-capitalism
Friday, 20 September 2019
Try the questions here: https://www.playbuzz.com/item/af7c2201-9cea-4b05-85cb-e826e021b6cc
You'll be asked about temperature rises, about floods, about world poverty, about forest cover, and more.
And the answers are provided at the end.
Hey, parents everywhere, your kids' teachers may be scaring them as poor Greta was scared at school, but you don't have to let that stick. Equip yourself with the answers to this short quiz and be on hand as your children give it a try.
Not much to be scared about there, eh?
Over in the States, meanwhile, there is a report of a panel of schoolchildren appointed to dictate climate policy:
'WASHINGTON, D.C.—At a panel on climate change held yesterday, the Senate brought in a group of excited third graders for ideas on fighting climate change.