Final Proof: Global Warming is Politics, Not Science

By | March 5, 2010

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4 thoughts on “Final Proof: Global Warming is Politics, Not Science

  1. Kent J

    Your title is a bit misleading.
    Its only anecdotal evidence regarding SCIENCE changing its mind about global warming.

    Pretty worthless little article.

    Do you really have a problem with people who believe something using a newspaper to promote their beliefs?

    I am 100% opposed to AGW tripe… but prefer to use only SCIENCE and LOGIC to oppose it.

    Conservatives fall too often for cheap punches.

  2. Evan Myers

    I just heard today that the AGW freaks are going to lean on Hollywood to craft their message. Surely everything that comes out of Hollywood merits “scientific fact”.

    Didn’t they already try that with Gore’s attempt to put global warming down as fact in a documentary..

    When science is more steeped in emotion and politics than fact.. we end up with flat worlds, the Earth at the center of the universe and .. global warming.

  3. OverReader

    Larry, seriously, no. Science must be apolitical to be seriously considered. Politics are not based in fact, only in perception while science must avoid the perception of being based in anything other than fact.

    The article makes an interesting point, although I don’t agree with the end result, understanding that scientists need to be focuses on factual, provable science isn’t a bad premise.

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