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Professor Calls For Climate Change ‘Deniers’ To Be Imprisoned

A professor with Rochester Institute of Technology has called for the incarceration of any American who actively disagrees that climate change is solely caused by human activity. …

Torcello argues that malignant individuals, who he does not identify, are collectively organising a “campaign funding misinformation” about climate change. Torcello goes on to suggest that such activity “ought to be considered criminally negligent.”

It should surprise no one that Fascistboy doesn’t have a degree in climatology or physics or anything which might qualify him to have a “climate change” opinion more significant than a dog fart. No, Idiotboy has a degree in philosophy. His mother must be so proud. (His father, not so much. He’d been hoping his idiot son would be worth a shit, or at least make enough to pay off his college loans.)

Meanwhile, I have a counterproposal: I will beat with a hammer anyone who attempts to control me or steal from me “for the greater good” or “for my own good”.

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Sound and Fury, Signifying Stupid — 6 Comments

  1. I have to admit that I get amused when people call me a science denier. If they actually know me, I simply raise my eyebrow at them a la Spock. Most of them have at least the self-awareness to become embarrassed at their stupidity.

    Had some twit on Twitter argue with me about climate science. His (maybe her) reply was “I’m a dean’s list student in climate science”. He failed to respond when I mentioned my degrees in physics and nuclear engineering. But hey, philosophy major. I guess I’ve just met the irresistible force.

  2. Hey! What do physics and nuclear engineering have to do with religion? When it comes to global warming, you gotta believe, boy!

    Hm. Any chance we could get the Warmists and the Muslims to go to religious war with each other? Let they and them fight. I’ll be happy to bury the remains.

  3. You know how to tell if someone is in a real science program or in some bogus social science or climate science or basketweaving science? Work first-year calculus into the discussion. If the “scientist” doesn’t know what integration means other than people of different races going to the same school, or if he talks about how hard calc was and he’s glad he only had to take two semesters of it, he’s a fake.

    I’ll admit that it’s not as easy to smoothly work calculus into a discussion as you might think. Either that or I’m not as slick as I think I am. More precisely, it’s difficult to bring it up in a way that he doesn’t have an easy escape.

  4. Torcello argues that malignant individuals, who he does not identify, are collectively organising a “campaign funding misinformation” about climate change. Torcello goes on to suggest that such activity “ought to be considered criminally negligent.”

    Odd that. Isn’t he describing his exact position.