Climate Barbie Vs. Richard Feynman

Richard Feynman said government had no right to interfere in science.

“No government has the right to decide on the truth of scientific principles, nor to prescribe in any way the character of the questions investigated.”

  • Richard Feynman

Catherine McKenna and her buddy Barack Obama hold the opposite opinion. They say scientists have no right to interfere with their global warming scam.

McKenna has ‘no time’ for climate change deniers | CTV News

Obama: No time for a meeting of the Flat Earth Society – BBC News

Sally Jewell: ‘I Hope There Are No Climate Change Deniers In The Department Of Interior’ | HuffPost

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11 Responses to Climate Barbie Vs. Richard Feynman

  1. Robertv says:

    It is all about power. Dictatorial powers brings society to a standstill because it can’t allow intellectual competition. It becomes the ‘State’ who decides what is the truth. If the truth is the State free speech/science becomes its enemy. Religion can also be that Dictatorial power.

  2. Bob Hoye says:

    Flat Earth Society
    I graduated in geophysics in 1962 and have a vague recollection of a Flat Earth Society.
    Something about writing a paper that seemed straight, but was absolute nonsense.
    Sort of an inside group.
    It was proposed that the UN General Assembly debate that the UN should build a wall along the edge of the world. After all, the UN had debated sillier issues.
    Oh yeah–the Society’s motto was:
    “We are on the level.”

    • arn says:

      I would not be surprised if it turns out that Flat Earth BS is
      im fact promoted by((or at least very welcomed by the NWO&AGW cult))
      as they profit the most from this stuff
      just as in this case
      where Barak is equaling global warming sceptics with flat earthers.

      That way you are put in the same box with tin foilers,moon hoaxers etc
      by the same good doing guys who never get tired of “warning” people NOT tp generalise and being full of prejudice((The standard way of a psychopath:blame others for the crimes and misbehaviours you do))
      And that way average joe is avoiding to critically think about AGWNot because he believes in AGW but he don’t want to be considered a flat earther.
      (( 2250 years Erastathones already calculated the circumferrence of planet earth with remarkable precision.
      I wonder how he could have done it if the earth was flat:))

    • Alan says:

      If you travel in one direction, you will come back to where you started.

      If your climate beluefs are based on continously wrong computer models and tbe record shows CO2 concentrations are near a planetary low, let’s have the conversation, shall we?

  3. Klaus Berger says:

    Wow! Richard Feynman was a wise man. All our politicians should listen to him. He is absolute right.

  4. Tom O says:

    I well remember Obama’s “Flat Earth Society” comment as he pushed AGW. As a person that questioned the validity of “climate theology,” I thought to myself then and still do, “better to be a member of the flat Earth society then the brain dead association.”

  5. Wasn’t there another altruist world leader, 70 years earlier, who was “looking for solutions to the very hard problem” of what his Socialist party perceived as Jewish selfishness?

  6. frederik wisse says:

    In socialism there is no individual responsability . Did Obama admit once that he was responsabile for something happening beyond the planned outcome ? Surprisingly in life 50% of the daily life happens in disregard of previous plans , much to the regret of the socialist mindset .

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