I’ll admit it: I have no idea how much the earth is warming or why. How can I have no idea when it has been repeated so often in the news?
Easy. The “science” we have been given so often by the media is so patently absurd on its face that media science has no credibility whatsoever with us. This boy has cried wolf too many times.
For instance, this is not human, according to media science:
But, um, it clearly is. So, on unborn life, I’m a better scientist than media science.
And according to media science …
To the media, this is dangerous and the companies that promote it are bad, bad, bad!
But many of the same media voices say this, and those who want to legalize and sell it, are daring, good and liberating!
Oh, and according to media science, this is a pregnant man.
But my superior science background assures me that men can’t get pregnant, but that women can … even women who have had surgery and testosterone.
Media science also says the world is overpopulated.
… but my science assures me that the problem is that these people should have more resources, more economic freedom, and less government corruption, not that they should just be decent enough to stop making more people who look like them.
So, yes, when the media assures me that its hard-nosed scientific reasoning says we should all make climate change a top priority, it’s too late. They have already revealed that science is a political tool to them.
I am even more skeptical when, by a margin of 4 to 1 the media thinks:
This climate march on a lovely September day is huge news …
… and this yearly march in the bitter cold is not much worth noting.
One thing I know: If politics is involved, I can’t trust much of the media to report it properly.