As for myself and some others I speak to, science has lost it’s credibility. The cataclysmic rise of the oceans did not happen, the significant loss of Himalayan ice didn’t happen. Now we are not surprised that we are not all doing to die from the loss of phytoplankton. Global warming extremism and a few pharmaceutical disappointments have caused a bit of distrust.
I was watching the Michael Jackson documentary “This Is It” the other night and I had seen it before but just caught it the other night when he was standing on the stage in a pep talk and prayer with his dancers and crew telling them “We have 1 year to turn it all around and save the world or there is no going back and we will be finished”
Hey Mike...Mike? Mike? Still here? No?
Greenland, man, GREENLAND. Its glacier had been receding.
/Uh hummmmm. Switch off my imitation of GW alarmist mode.
Please don’t lump science and scientists in general with ambitious people with political agenda (a small fraction of science community).
Those studies weren’t ‘science’ and the methodology/application not ‘scientific’.
Electing O'bama was the right thing to do!
He TOLD us it would stop if he was elected!
You’re right. Science IS going through a crisis of credibility. I’m sure you’ve read about the staggering numbers of peer reviewed journal articles filled with made up data, hidden relevant data, and articles filled with just plain junk.
Science as seen through the dirty lenses of Big Media is even more trashy.
These guys are glorified “weatherman” (not the Bill Ayers type). They can't accurately predict the weather 5 minutes from now, but they can predict events hundreds or thousands of years from now?
Even NASA has been corrupted by Muslims. You can't believe any of these A$$HOLES.