Democrat pajama party for global warming

The democrats in the US Senate staged an “all-nighter” concerning global warming.  Many asked the usual question:

If 97 out of 100 doctors told you you had a disease, would you believe the 97 doctors or go with the 3%?

That’s not the right question.  This is:

If 97 out of 100 doctors told you you had a disease and the only cure was massive taxation, redistribution of wealth and all of the developing nations signing treaties agreeing you need cured and they would pay into the cure, would you believe the 97 doctors?

3 comments on “Democrat pajama party for global warming

  1. omanuel says:

    Yes, many scientists disagree with AGW. We are getting closer to resolution of differences.

    Two (2) long-standing puzzles fit together to yield one answer that explains the data and observations.

    1. Why do leaders of the scientific community now refuse to publicly address nine pages of precise experimental data (pp. 19-27) that FALSIFY standard models of nuclei and stars adopted (without discussion or debate) at the end of the Second World War ?

    Click to access Chapter_2.pdf

    2. Why did world leaders hide Japan’s atomic bomb facility and it’s capture by Stalin’s USSR troops soon after its first test explosion on 12 Aug 1945?

    See the Atlanta Constitution (3 Oct 1946)

    3. ANSWER: 1 + 2 = 3

    FEAR of nuclear annihilation convinced world leaders to

    _a.) Form the United Nations on 24 Oct 1945
    _b.) Adopt Stalin’s method of control over science

    Oliver K. Manuel
    Former NASA Principal
    Investigator for Apollo

  2. Expertise should be in the field of study–and there are many geologists, physicists, and working climate scientists etc who disagree with climate change being of grave concern. The 97% number is purely political, part of a marketing survey and plan to sell global warming. If my doctor’s diagnoses was based on the same faulty numbers, I’d be foolish to listen to him.

    Plus, you cannot separate global warming from politics. They are, at this point, the same thing. Without the politics, there’s a theory that still needs more research and has many dissenters.

  3. First of all, some patients when told they have a disease, reject the diagnosis and continue seeking other opinions in hopes they will be given different news. This happens much more often if it’s a serious disease.

    Secondly, your hypothetical requires doctors to suggest economic and political cures. I don’t ask my doctor how to vote, I don’t ask my congressman how to pray, and I don’t ask my pastor what music I should put on my iPod. If I want to know what is or isn’t scientific fact, I ask scientists. Expertise has to be within the same field of study.

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