is a saying in the world of science that if scientific facts do not
support your arguments then stop shouting. It is thus a waste of time
to appeal to “scientism” or to rely on popular spokespersons like Al
Gore or Bill Nye to make it look otherwise. (WUWT)
Nye is rallying a "small minority" group of Americans to get out and
vote — the fraction of society he says embraces "critical thinking over
Nye, who became a household name in the 1990s with his popular show
"Bill Nye the Science Guy," has been active this election season
criticizing Republican presidential candidates who doubt the dangers of
global warming. Most scientists blame carbon emissions, largely from
burning fossil fuels, for driving manmade climate change.
Nye has antagonized Republicans in recent years by allying himself with
President Obama and dismissing those who have questions about man's
contributions to global warming as "deniers."
Speaking to a gathering of non-religious believers on the Mall in
Washington, D.C., on Saturday, Nye stressed the importance of taking
the environment and climate into account at the ballot box in November.
if the Left used (the late) Mr. Rogers' celebrity with kids to
endorse pedophilia. Here, courtesy of Anthony Watts, your