Big Science!

Science News featuring a high school dropout discussing science

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26 Responses to Big Science!

  1. Anybody who doesn’t believe in climate change doesn’t believe in science?

    Anybody who doesn’t believe in radical Islam doesn’t believe in religion.

    Anybody who doesn’t like Justin Bieber doesn’t believe in music.

  2. gnome says:

    He was such a pretty boy!

  3. Big science but little, hmm, you know. No boost. Anticlimactic, the whole thing.

    http://notrickszone.com/2016/01/28/climate-change-now-damaging-leo-dicaprios-love-life

    And it’s not that she didn’t try everything else.

    Well, at least now he knows what he needs.

  4. RAH says:

    It’s enough to make one want to root for the grizzly bear.

  5. markstoval says:

    It has long been the case that idiots who become famous and or successful in the entertainment business think their thoughts on other fields hold weight due to their being a star or whatever. Much worse is that many common people also believe that. It is the common man listening to the high school dropout that is the problem.

  6. Andy Oz says:

    Leo may only respond to audio/visual education & training. The written word is beyond him.

    http://www.uctv.tv/shows/Brian-Fagan-The-Little-Ice-Age-How-Climate-Made-History-1300-1850-5885

  7. gator69 says:

    What knuckle dragging drooling moron does not believe in climate change? Dicapricated idiot.

  8. Edmonton Al says:

    Quick cover up that naked man award.
    What if the Ayatolla sees it???

  9. Leon Brozyna says:

    The climate change crowd can’t seem to get their sales pitch made effective, even with using Mr. Leonardo DiCaprio. It’s obvious that they’re not using their most effective vehicle … they need to make their pitch through Keeping Up with the Kardashians … yep, that’s the ticket … they’re sure to then reach their target demographic … those with the attention spans of two year olds.

    • those with the attention spans of two year olds

      That’s right, and also the group that has the largest overlap with them — Trump supporters. That way they can steer them away from the whole “GW is a hoax” thing when it’s no longer convenient for them to believe it!

  10. Robertv says:

    But don’t we all know that there is nothing new or stange about the climate changing.

    • Robertv says:

      (or strange)

    • RAH says:

      Of course and that is why part of the scam is to try and get rid of the MWP and MIA in an attempt to marginalize those of us who understand history began before 1979. Socialists generally ignore history or at best are very selective in what history they will acknowledge because if they didn’t limit their knowledge to a narrow scope of times and events their core beliefs could not be sustained. Thus they are miserable failures at teaching history at all levels of education unless they are pushing revision of it to suit their current social/political goals and beliefs or limit the subject matter they teach to very specific periods, events, or subjects. For example when I attended Indiana University at Bloomington, IN in the mid 70s I had a great desire to take what ever classes in American history I could get. The closest I could come to that in the classes offered at the 100 and 200 levels was a Political Science class on the New Deal and a History class titled “The Robber Barons”. And that was all that was offered at the states largest supposed “Liberal Arts” school.

      • Andy DC says:

        Were you there when the filmed “Breaking Away”?

        • RAH says:

          Nope. I was there 75-76-77. Though I did attend “The Little 500” bike race each year during that time. I also managed to see every home game as Bobby Knight coached the basketball team through it’s undefeated NCAA champion season. Several of the players on that team lived in the dorm I stayed in and one, Bobby Wilkerson, was from Anderson, IN.

  11. Jason Calley says:

    Di Caprio? Sure, whenever I need to make an important decision I always defer to the opinions of a grown man who has built a career on his ability to play dress up and pretend.

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