Meeting Of The Flat Earth Society

In 2013, Barack Obama said “Ninety-seven percent of scientists agree: #climate change is real, man-made and dangerous.”

11:48 AM · May 16, 2013

And he linked to an invalid URL.

The American Meteorological Society did a survey of their professional members later that year, and found that only 52% believed global warming was mostly man-made, and they weren’t even asked if it was dangerous.

Meteorologists’ Views About Global Warming: A Survey of American Meteorological Society Professional Members in: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Volume 95 Issue 7 (2014)

Never mind that Obama was lying. Any American who disagreed with him was a member of the Flat Earth Society, and didn’t get a voice in how Obama’s monarchy governed.

12:34 PM · Jun 25, 2013

Texas Tech academic Katharine Hayhoe, likes to hang out with politicians and movie stars who push the global warming scam.

And she refuses to engage with anyone who has a different opinion.

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8 Responses to Meeting Of The Flat Earth Society

  1. Conrad Ziefle says:

    Kathy is a climate scientist and a professor of political science at Texas Tech. Titles can be misleading. With the popularization of global warming, children flocked to the universities looking to major in something they could do to save the planet from a climate disaster. It was of a religious movement. In the universities it would become the formalization of the hippy commune philosophies of the late 1960s and 1970s, which in turn were modeled after the religious isolationist sects like the Amish and Mennonites. Anyway, some of these climate science degrees might be suspiciously science light: Climate Change Economics, Social Impacts of Climate Change, Urban and Regional Climate Change Planning, etc.

    • D. Boss says:

      Hey don’t slam Mennonites or Amish. They do no harm to others and are some of the most grounded and down to earth, common sense driven people you will ever meet!

      Climate Cultists are more akin to Jim Jones or David Koresh than they are of Mennonites!

      The common elements of Climate Cultists, Jim Jones and David Koresh is they serve an evil purpose, and their adherents have a “messiah complex” believing they are going to save the world. Anytime you think you have to or are ordained to “save the world” you should step back, because this is the route to serious mental imbalance and psychopathy.

      The road to hell is paved with good intentions….

      (I respect the Mennonites having known and interacted with them, but I sure do not want to live like they choose to do by being forced to live without modern energy sources)

      • Robert Rust says:

        The future of the humanity and the human species depends on those who live free of modern humanity’s parasite-controlled energy resources and couch potato, tv/movie/news-propaganda-absorbed, self-indulgent, decadent way of life. To live as the bulk of modern humanity does is to serve the nothing-but-evil, messiah-complex family, the parasite cult clan, and its insatiable appetite for endless profit (easy, skimmed money), power, control, and self-glory/fame. Modern Civilization preys upon itself to live another desperate day, proof of its soon-coming extinction.

  2. Robert Rust says:

    Climate “science”, the con art of lying for a living.

  3. Anon says:

    The 97% percent canard is also a slight-of-hand in another very clever way. It is meant to bolster the assertion that climate change is real by “substituting an answer”.

    Example: Imagine a murder is committed in some town and someone poses the following question:

    Q: “Did Joe kill John?”

    And the response is:

    A: “The jury said he did.”

    Now that is kind of clever, as most people would be satisfied with that answer (it does not look like a dodge). And it also avoids having to talk about the details of the crime or accusation. Thus, the whole thing is swept under the carpet, with most being unaware of the “substituted answer”.

    However the “jury answer” provided is an answer to another question entirely, that is: “What did the jury decide about the case?” not “Did Joe kill John?”

    The jury’s opinion has nothing to do with the original question; nor does it further our knowledge about the details of the murder or the culpability of Joe. Yet, it serves to shut down all further conversation and questioning.

    So, the next time you get that question posed to you, or someone cites the 97% statistic, you might want to point this out to your interlocutor.

  4. Graeme No.3 says:

    As it turns out, there is a real Flat Earth Society and its president thinks that anthropogenic climate change is real. President Daniel Shenton said that while he “can’t speak for the Society as a whole regarding climate change,” he personally thinks the evidence suggests fossil fuel usage is contributing to global warming.

    So there you have it; if you believe in a Flat Earth then you may well believe in man-made global warming.

  5. Jeff Ford says:

    Knocked a couple of million$ of the price of Barry’s 1.5 foot above sea level Martha’s Vineyard mansion.

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