Time Magazine Says That They Own Science

Time Magazine says that James Inhofe  disagrees with science, because he disagrees with them. They believe that they own science.

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4 Ways the New Top Environment Senator Disagrees With Science | TIME

Then they go on and say “Meet Jim Inhofe” and write a hit piece without actually interviewing or meeting him. Incredibly slimy and disgusting behavior by Time Magazine.

When they owned science 40 years ago, Time Magazine said we were headed into an ice age.

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TIME Magazine Archive Article — Another Ice Age? — Jun. 24, 1974

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16 Responses to Time Magazine Says That They Own Science

  1. Never stop slaying Tony. 🙂

  2. Eliza says:

    I wouldn’t worry no one buys or even looks at TIME magazine anymore. Thought they stopped print version sometime ago (may be Newsweek actually) LOL If not, there next to go off print.

    • Frank K. says:

      You are correct. Papers and magazines (especially “News” magazines) will be gone in about five to ten years, replaced by pads and phones. Alternate media is rapidly replacing the dinosaur media, so what Time Magazine thinks about anything will be (and already is) largely irrelevant.

  3. geran says:

    Sen. Inhofe has been fighting “Bad Science” for a long time. He is not a scientist, but he is a very experienced pilot, which gives him a firm understanding of many technical issues. (He once made an 18-day around-the-world solo flight.) He takes pride in the fact that he is the “most conservative member of the Senate”.

    • there is no substitute for victory says:

      It also seems to me that a pilot, especially the pilot of smaller aircraft would by the simple necessity of staying alive be a connoisseur of both weather and climate.

  4. Bill says:

    Ha, if you read the article itself, you could just replace cooling with warming and ice age with catastrophic warming and most of it would read the same as today’s headlines and some abstracts of some “science” papers. It’s all there. The wacky weather, the polar vortex, droughts AND heavy rains, etc.

  5. They’re not the first to come along & claim the de facto title of “owners of SCIENCE”– those that came before include entire theocratic despotic regimes, one of which literally threw REAL scientists in JAIL (GALILEO) for daring to point out their fallacies, & backing it up with FACTS. I supposed the best that Time Ragazine could do is sneak up behind Senator Inhofe & whack him on the back of his head with a rolled up edition of their bird cage liner.

  6. bleakhouses says:

    I’m just so sick of the “science” ad mic fallacy. Make the argument and carry the day or stop the rhetoric.

    • bleakhouses says:

      “Hoc” not “mic”. Mobile autocorrect, my apologies.

    • KTM says:

      The 97% consensus figure has been thoroughly debunked, and the fact that it continues to be repeated in every one of the types of articles you mention proves one of two things. Either they are very ignorant about the topic and are simply spouting talking points because they aren’t knowledgeable enough to make a proper argument to convince people. Or they know that it is extremely flimsy, but think they can get away with citing it because of the ignorance of the audience and the silent complicity of alarmist scientists.

      Its routine use is actually a larger condemnation of the scientific community, which should not allow flimsy, do bunked and discredited studies to receive headline treatment. It devalues all of their own work every time it gets mentioned.

      • Gail Combs says:

        +1
        I have lost all respect for academic/gov’t scientists

      • au1corsair says:

        I can’t get the reference for “92% of all statistics are made up on the spot.” Don’t even know if that’s true or “made up on the spot.” There were the “57 card carrying Communists in the State Department” in THE MANCHURIAN CANDIDATE mocked Joe McCarthy of the US Senate. Odd how when THEY make up numbers, it’s the Gospel…

  7. omanuel says:

    Time Magazine totally lost contact with reality.

    When Senator James Inhofe’s GOP has control, it should send a message to heads of ALL US FEDERAL AGENCIES:

    “Please attach to your next budget request a list of names and salaries of all federal employees in your agency that contributed in any way to the UN’s IPCC (International Promoter’s of Climate Confusion).

    Any other budget request will not be considered for renewed funding.”

    Here’s a list of those who contributed to the latest UN IPCC report:

    http://noconsensus.wordpress.com/2014/11/02/on-the-take-an-impromptu-psychological-study-of-government-science/

  8. catweazle666 says:

    Jim Inhofe eh?

    Oh dear, that’ll set the Moonbats to barking!

  9. gator69 says:

    So glad I cancelled my subscription over a decade ago, and so glad we still have men who are not afraid to disagree with ‘science’.

  10. au1corsair says:

    TIME Magazine “owns” science? Did they buy it from the guy selling the Brooklyn Bridge or did TIME just steal science?

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