Skip to comments.Obama's Energy Secretary Says Climate Change Not Debatable
Posted on 05/23/2013 8:47:46 AM PDT by Rusty0604
Ernest Moniz, Barack Obamas new Secretary of Energy, is making it clear there is no room for dissent regarding climate change. Speaking to his departments employees after he was sworn in, Moniz said, Let me make it very clear that there is no ambiguity in terms of the scientific basis calling for a prudent response on climate change. I am not interested in debating what is not debatable. There is plenty to debate as we try and move forward on our climate agenda.
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That's the REAL nut of it.
And he is slowing down applications of U.S. companies wanting to export LNG.
“Moloch is the only real god, and what his high priests say, goes. No arguments. Begin sacrificing babies immediately.”
Sorry, but both warming and this goon’s IQ are very debatable.
As least, it is to those of us who actually know physics.
“Our authority is not debatable”
Obama’s climatard minions out in force.
It would be interesting to investigate whether this constitutes an establishment of religion under the Constitution.
Who has the picture of the Obama SS shooting any who fail to support the Regime?
Truly part of the scientific method.
The world leaders who met at the United Nations to discuss climate change on Tuesday are faced with an intricate challenge: building momentum for an international climate treaty at a time when global temperatures have been relatively stable for a decade and may even drop in the next few years.
Not debating and not debatable are two different things, like sun spots and frog farts.
ANY scientist who declares anything unarguable forfeits the right to be a scientist. This guy would have been at the forefront of the Flat Earth thinking 500 years ago.
Wow! Blind squirrel finds a nut!
To say that anything in science, other than the laws of thermal dynamics or gravity, is not debatable is not a scientific statement. Science asks questions. That’s what it does. To have absolute empirical evidence that climate change exists and is caused by human activity (which is the real question), would require a separate earth to use as a model to which our earth could be compared.
‘Nein! Nein! Nein! Debate ist verboten.’
This Administration is getting creepier by the day.
He was confirmed by the Senate on a 97 to 0 vote. Apparently the Senate Republicans thought he was a fine nominee. Here are some quotes:
Lisa Murkowski Republican of Alaska, “. . . he is an impressive nominee.”
Mitch McConnell Republican of Kentucky, “A number of my colleagues and I are optimistic about Dr. Monizs pragmatic approach to solving the countrys energy challenges,. . .
Lindsay Graham Republican of South Carolina, “I think he’ll be a good secretary.”
The IRS will start auditing those scientist that dispute it.