Wednesday, December 17, 2014


Robert Tracinski, of The Federalist, writes this interesting piece about The Science Guy's stance on climate change "skeptics" vs. climate change "deniers":

Meet Bill Nye, The Anti-Science Guy

One of my favorite Einstein comments about science is one that I agree with, "The important thing is never to stop questioning."

The way I see it, there can't be a whole lot of questioning in the search for scientific truth as long as the 'Green Party' is combining science, politics, and big business. This is an experiment destined to fail.


jan said...

And religion. I think man made global warming has become a religion among certain factions.

sue hanes said...

Cube - Although I am not a science person - I agree with the statement - Never stop questioning.

Sandee said...

And don't forget follow the money. I'm with you on this.

Have a fabulous day. ☺

cube said...

Jan: Yeah, a religion of sorts in their own minds.

cube said...

Sue Hanes: I used to have a t-shirt that I wore out from years of use. It read, "Question Reality." I loved wearing that shirt. It sparked some nice conversations.

As long as the inconvenient questions are allowed to be asked and given a fair hearing, we'll be OK.

cube said...

Sandee: Absolutely. Big Green is Big Money. I feel that it's being used to prostitute the scientific method.