You Aren’t Qualified To Question Government Scientists

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23 Aug 1925, Page 100 – Oakland Tribune at Newspapers.com

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13 Responses to You Aren’t Qualified To Question Government Scientists

  1. John F Hultquist says:

    Put that in a modern font and print in the NYT and WaPo.
    97% of the readers of those fine publications would be believers.

  2. Dave N says:

    Apparently Mars is no longer up to “standard”..

  3. Andy DC says:

    I don’t believe it takes a 200 IQ to compare high temperatures in 1936 (and other past years) to those over the last several years. You don’t need a 200 IQ to conclude that high temperatures in summer months back then were commonly much hotter than they have been recently.

  4. Andy Oz says:

    90 years from now, in 2106, even the children will look back in wonder and shake their heads at how stupid so many climate catastrophists were and how gullible so many 21st Century people were. Climate Change is the ultimate Ponzi scheme.

  5. dennisambler says:

    Brian Cox Explains Why He Thinks We’ll Never Find Aliens – wiped out with AGW

    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/brian-cox-explains-why-he-thinks-well-never-find-aliens_uk_57fb5688e4b02213e95446f1

    “One solution to the Fermi paradox is that it is not possible to run a world that has the power to destroy itself and that needs global collaborative solutions to prevent that,” Cox said.

    The physicist explained that advances in science and technology would rapidly outstrip the development of institutions cable [sic] of keeping them under control, leading to the civilisation’s self-destruction:

    “It may be that the growth of science and engineering inevitably outstrips the development of political expertise, leading to disaster. We could be approaching that position.”

    Cox’s comments came ahead of the publication of his new book, Universal: A Guide to the Cosmos, written with his colleague Manchester University physicist Jeff Forshaw.

    The pair suggest that politicians should start thinking like scientists by grounding their views in evidence in order to tackle global challenges like climate change.”

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