Skip to comments.The Civilians Receive $700,000 Grant from National Science Foundation
Posted on 10/04/2010 4:10:31 PM PDT by Patriot62
The Civilians, the New York-based theatre company known for projects investigating real-life topics - including the upcoming IN THE FOOTPRINT about the controversy surrounding the development of the Atlantic Yards in Brooklyn - has been awarded a three-year grant in the amount of $700,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for THE GREAT IMMENSITY, a new production about climate change, it has been announced by Steve Cosson, founding Artistic Director of The Civilians.
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And if you don’t agree with this, “It’s your choice, No pressure...”
These idiots are bound and determined to test the thoery that Mussolini got a good deal for his misdeeds.
If this doesn’t burn your a$$, I don’t know what will!
Did ya forget somethin’?! lol ;~)
Maybe a stage play version of “An Inconvenient Truth” with Rick Sanchez as Gore.
They have money to burn, don’t they? Our money.
A brief look at Fulbright, Rockefeller and other MAJOR granting organizations, including NEH, NEA, NSF, etc., shows that the AGW agenda is alive and well, and funding ITSELF with tax & millionaire-orchestrated monies.
All over the world.
No pressure. It’s do or die. Probably literally.
This award is outrageous. The NSF is funding political speech. Regardless of your position on climate change, the NSF has no business funding theatre productions about climate change. No doubt this theatre production will be propaganda, similar to Al Gore’s Inconvient Truth.
For that amount I could buy a really nice mass spectrometer and do some useful work.
The corruption of science continues.
Talented (and honest) science students could use that money for college scholarships!
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