Scientific American Agrees With Nazi Thought Clone

Scientific American agrees with Elizabeth Moon.

Apocalypse Soon: Has Civilization Passed the Environmental Point of No Return?: Scientific American

See the Elizabeth Moon article below this one.

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5 Responses to Scientific American Agrees With Nazi Thought Clone

  1. Eric Simpson says:

    An excerpt from my wuwt comment:

    “Once Venerable Institutions: We continue to see publications by once venerable institutions overtaken by alarmist claims. ”
    This is another sad aspect of the warmist takeover. I can remember not too many years ago, kicking back and looking forward to reading publications like Scientific American; now, I don’t know.
    At jnova a commenter called a ScienceDaily article rubbish, and wanted feedback. Note that I am in the process of trying to refine my approach to describing the pro-AGW science press and pro-agw establishment, so if anyone has any thoughts on that, great! Anyway, I replied:

    You link to a bs ScienceDaily propaganda piece. I won’t comment on its content, other than to say that there is a pro-AGW “science press” that exists on the web, in print, and TV. They feed on the deception filled press releases of the fear-mongers. Offenders include Nat Geo, LiveScience, Physorg, Discovery, Scientific American etc …

    A warmist troll replied: “if an article is published in a big journal like Science, how can anyone report it without being vilified by the likes of yourself?” My reply:

    I don’t include journals like Science as technically part of the “science press.” Nevertheless, we’re all aware of the shocking problems with climate science peer review that the Climategate emails exposed. And take a look at much of what passes as science reporting is essentially a cutting and pasting of warmist press releases, or a biased uncritical echoing of warmist journal reports.

  2. dmmcmah says:

    Scientific American has lost all credibility. It’s interesting that the article references “inequality”, which I suppose is an attempt to justify massive tax increases on “the rich” to avert or mitigate the collapse:

    “Collapse will not be driven by a single, identifiable cause simultaneously acting in all countries,” he observes. “It will come through a self-reinforcing complex of issues”—including climate change, resource constraints and socioeconomic inequality.

  3. tckev says:

    So are we to see another “final solution”?

  4. Billy Liar says:

    I think we’ve passed the point of no return with the stupidity of politicians.

  5. “I see collapse happening already…”

    Interesting how the meme is switching from catastrophe is around the corner to the claim that the catastrophe is happening right now. What follows that? The catastrophe happened and we missed it?

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