Because – Science

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23 Responses to Because – Science

  1. Disillusioned says:

    100% bought.

    “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”
    ― Upton Sinclair

    • Robert Gipson says:

      Upton Sinclair was one of the greatest journalists produced by this world.

    • just a thought says:

      “It is difficult to get a woman to understand anything, when her feelings are adversely affected by it.” – (based on personal experience)

  2. czechlist says:

    She works in academia, probably without tenure, with minority co-workers and students and feels obligated to make a politically correct public statement to keep her job.
    Or, she is just another indoctrinated young woman feeling guilty over her whiteness. 40% mother? I hope her child(ren) are of mixed race or she is guilty of propagating pure whiteness.
    Or both.

  3. arn says:

    Kim Cobb has never wasted a chance to virtue signal and to be up to date with the most politically correct opinion.
    Even her facemask is close to rainbowcolors.

    But i wonder how people like her never wondered
    why all these george soros sponsored movements always use
    the very same fist symbol.
    It happened during the “protests” in yugoslawia 20 years ago.
    It happened during the arab springs.

  4. Steve Sumner says:

    She forgot the 100% lunatic.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Yes. ~150 years ago, this blue ball began climbing out of a long cold period that began about the time of the bubonic plague.

      They never talk about it, and they refer to discredited Michael Mann’s fake hokey stick graph from his tree rings paper to discount how deep and miserable it was.

      They cannot talk about it. If they don’t want to be drummed out of their cushy positions in academia.

      It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.
      ― Upton Sinclair

  5. nfw says:

    Oh dear, another virtue signalling SJW snowflake. I like the fact however she sees herself as Indiana Jones: white, male, stealer of artefacts from brown and black cultures, shooting them when necessary to achieve his aims. Good on her. Love the mask; the Chinese must be rolling around laughing with the fact all the Made in China masks are being used in the US to no good end and may possibly even be Wuhan Virus Flu spreaders. Moron.

  6. David says:

    5 will get you 10 the kids are in majority white private school.

  7. KevinPaul says:

    We’ll she’ll be getting enough carbon behind that mask to add to the brain damage she already has. It seems it’s a fad to be a fadist.

    • Disillusioned says:

      Hi Kevin,

      That link says the video was removed. Musta been something disillusioning.

      Can you find another link to it? Curious what it said.

  8. dearieme says:

    A sorry excuse for a scientist. Sometimes I wonder at the speed with which science has been corrupted. As a mass activity it didn’t get underway until some years after the second world war. Bingo: fifty or sixty years later every public claim by a scientist should be viewed not only sceptically but also cynically.

    The early twentieth century was marked by the decadence of the Arts in Western Civilisation, the late twentieth century and early twenty first by the decadence of the Sciences.

    Awfully sad.

  9. The Dark Lord says:

    110% hack …

  10. Jimmy Haigh says:

    Every box ticked.

  11. TIP says:

    “I am a scientist”

    hmmm kinda like “used car salesman” these days….

  12. tom0mason says:

    I’m presuming she is the same person as in this wiki entry

    Kim Cobb (born 1974) is an American climate scientist. She is a professor in the School of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences at the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a Georgia Power Faculty Scholar. She is particularly interested in oceanography, geochemistry and paleoclimate modeling. Cobb is the Director of the Georgia Institute of Technology Global Change Program.

    So not a scientist then.
    Just another paid advocate of the ‘New World Order’ and ‘Global Government’.

  13. Bruce says:

    Obsessed with carbon?
    Does that mean she likes grilling over charcoal?

  14. James Mullen says:

    It is likely that all he has ever produced in life are dead trees (publish or perish).

  15. Michael Moore says:

    100% moron more like it.

  16. Ulric Lyons says:

    “Kim Cobb entered an “acute mental health crisis” when Trump was elected and she realized the government would not be taking climate action.”

  17. Kurt in Switzerland says:

    She is in fact a scientist. Just that by her own self-admission, she may be prone to confirmation bias.

    Rather than focusing on the past few decades or centuries, she would do well to attempt to understand how the climate managed to change do much during the early Holocene (extreme cold spells followed by rapid warming), then why the warmth of the early Holocene didn’t create any ‘tipping points’ to a scorched earth. And what role CO2 played (or didn’t).

    Then she could attempt to grasp why earlier interglacial periods inevitably returned to full glaciation and whether atmospheric CO2 concentration was an artifact or a driver.

    She might have an epiphany, but having such red pill thoughts might prove detrimental to her career. Bummer when you’ve got little moths to feed.

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