Climate Scientists Are Smarter Now

In 1970, government climate scientists thought that cold was an indication of cold, but they are much more sophisticated now and know that record cold is caused by record heat.

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4 Responses to Climate Scientists Are Smarter Now

  1. dmmcmah says:

    At least back then they put “climatologists” in quotes. Now Mickey Mann and his buddies are held up to be the smartest scientists that ever lived.

    • Morgan says:

      I was just about to comment on the same thing. And they had to define “climatologist” for us. I would define it “Political activists who want to be scientists but failed every science class in school, so they invented a new curriculum they could pass.”

  2. Andy DC says:

    Yes, the 1970’s ice age scare that alarmists say never happened.

  3. -=NikFromNYC=- says:

    Widespread grass roots publication of this flip flop helps explain why even in China the schools can’t indocrinate kids effectively in environmentalism (or racial preferences), as Glenn Beck’s progressive nemesis Cass Sunstein now laments like some evil scientist:

    http://www.bloombergview.com/articles/2014-05-20/open-brain-insert-ideology

    “The crucial finding from the study is that the new curriculum greatly affected students’ thinking. They became more likely to count the Chinese political system as democratic. They displayed a higher level of trust in public officials. They were more skeptical of free markets, and more likely to reject the view that a market economy is preferable to any other economic system. They were more likely to want to extend political influence to groups outside of the Chinese Communist Party.”

    “On two questions, however, the curricular reforms failed. Students didn’t become more favorably disposed toward environmental protection. They were not more likely to give the environment priority over economic growth, and they were not more willing to give up some of their income to protect the environment. Nor was there a significant change in the attitudes of Han Chinese students (the majority) toward minorities.”

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