The four most idiotic words ever uttered: I believe in science

Yesterday, I stumbled across the tweet from Elizabeth Warren:

I believe in science

I believe in science?

What does that even mean?

How precisely do you believe in science?

Science is all about theories, experiments, and skepticism. It isn’t a religion, for crap’s sake.

Personally, I don’t think anyone who says “I believe in science” should ever be in a position to make decisions about … well … anything.

As I wrote in May of 2017, Climate Change Cultists see the world as made up of two kinds of people: Believers and Heretics.

Today we are seeing the new rise of so-called Heretics and Believers.

But it isn’t in the Christian church.

Rather, it is in a newly formed religion known as Man-made Climate Change – or the People’s Church of Climate Justice.

Man-made Climate Change is not based on the scientific method. It isn’t science. Rather, it is a Dogma — articles of faith away from which nobody is permitted to veer.

It demands of its adherents complete fealty without question, skepticism or doubt.

That’s not science. Inherent is science is skepticism and doubt. In fact, skepticism is the cornerstone of the scientific method.

But for the Climate Change adherents, there can be no skepticism. You are not permitted to question the dogma.

You must simply believe.

And if you do not, you are labeled a heretic.

Elizabeth Warren fancies herself a believer.  And anyone who doesn’t believe in science the way Liz believes in science is a heretic and has no business making decisions about our environment.

Now, this “Climate Denialist” Liz is so upset about happens to be a Princeton physicist.

In other words, he’s a scientist.

And what was the heresy he committed?

From the NY Times piece:

Critics of the effort to create the new panel, which was first reported by The Washington Post, pointed to the inclusion of Dr. Happer, a Princeton physicist who serves on the National Security Council as Mr. Trump’s deputy assistant for emerging technologies. Dr. Happer has gained notoriety in the scientific community for his statements that carbon dioxide — a greenhouse gas that scientists say is trapping heat and warming the planet — is beneficial to humanity.

Well, carbon dioxide is beneficial.

Plants need carbon dioxide to survive.  And, in taking in carbon dioxide, plants emit oxygen – which we need to survive.

If Elizabeth Warren actually did believe in science, you’d think she could recognize this obvious symbiotic relationship between the green of our environment and humanity.  We feed them and they, in turn, provide us with oxygen.

It’s a win/win!

Then again, I doubt Liz read past the headline.  All she needed to see was the word “denialist” (which is Climate Cult speak for “heretic”) and that was all she needed to know.

Because in the Cult of Climate Change, even someone who is a scientist can be branded a heretic.

But the truth is, Elizabeth Warren doesn’t really believe in science.

She believes in Government.

And this moronic Green New Deal is nothing more than a massive government takeover of every aspect of our lives.

It isn’t about science or the environment or even the climate.  It never was.

It’s about coercion and control.

For Elizabeth Warren, and the rest of the chuckleheads running for President, “science” is only used as a bludgeon to bring the American people to heel.

And as soon as science stops being useful to Liz (like when life begins or the only two genders are male and female, for example), she drops science like a hot rock.

And that pretty much tells you all you need to know about Elizabeth Warren’s “belief” in science.

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7 thoughts on “The four most idiotic words ever uttered: I believe in science

  • February 26, 2019 at 7:26 pm
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    the science of biology proves there are only two genders,,,,the science of physics posits that a body in motion will stay in motion, the science of archaeology finds artifacts that prove the Jews own the Holy Land, etc……..so does she believe in any of these? I doubt it.

  • February 26, 2019 at 8:38 pm
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    Man Made Climate Change isn’t about science.
    Its about poltics.

  • February 26, 2019 at 8:38 pm
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    Dianny, “Climate denialist” is a meaningless phrase. I sincerely doubt Dr. Happer denies the existence of climate. That would be like denying the existence of weather. And if Lies Like Dog was less of a fanatic, she might be capable of understanding that.

  • February 26, 2019 at 11:05 pm
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    Elizabeth “Lieawatha” Warren is a carpet bagging, lying socialist who came to Massachusetts because she saw a chance of pulling off a Senate victory. She came to the Bay State with the sole purpose of advancing her career. I’m not even sure she was a resident of the Commonwealth before she started her ascension to Congress.

    I do know that she and her hubby became rich by buying up foreclosed homes, flipping them and then gaining a tidy profit! She truly has empathy for those whose finances couldn’t keep a roof over the heads of their families and she took full advantage of it.

    Being a former “Masshole”, I simply could not continue to stomach where my beloved Commonwealth was headed and moved to Florida. Not a whole lot better here but much better than where I was.

    I wonder if there is a legal way to recall this duplicitous bitch.

  • February 28, 2019 at 2:21 pm
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    The word science literally means ‘knowledge of a certain thing’. So to say I believe in science is to say I believe in knowledge. DUH!

    • February 28, 2019 at 2:27 pm
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      So the world ending in twelve years is a certain thing? It’s a certain thing that turning America into a third world shithole while destroying our entire economy will save the planet? You’re deliberate attempt at being obtuse to defend Liz Warren’s dogma is adorable.

  • February 28, 2019 at 9:13 pm
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    “I want to believe”

    Fox Molder. The X-Files

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