Dennis Rodman Climate – Science Communication Hits Rock Bottom

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I call this video here the latest attempt by warmists to assert science by public opinion (h/t  Climate Depot). Kind of like: “If we get more young people to believe it and sway public opinion in our favor, then the science will be settled. Let’s start a campaign against the skeptics, get right in their face, and call them names. Let’s be rap stars!”

What a brilliant strategy.

Unfortunately, this is how juvenile and removed from reality “climate science” has gotten. Just take a look at these idiots, thinking they’re cool:

What’s coming next? Mike Tyson climate science communication? Biting deniers’ ears off?

Got to be their latest 10:10 type-idea of “communicating the message better” to the public. These quack scientists are really in trouble. The only ones left they have a chance of convincing are kids.

We’ll gladly take this “own goal”, thank you. Are these quacks really so naive they think science gets settled by public opinion? Again Einstein, Planck, and a host of other science giants are certainly rolling in their graves.

In that video I was looking for Georg Hoffmann, the “climate scientist” who often behaves like a 6-year old, but didn’t see him. I suppose the video was even too juvenile for him.

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8 responses to “Dennis Rodman Climate – Science Communication Hits Rock Bottom”

  1. John Shade

    A sad lot these CO2-alarmists. They are also remarkably unimpressive – I can think of no-one on their ‘side’ that seems distinguished in any admirable way. They have lost every public debate on climate change which I have come across. They produce hideous videos such as 10:10’s ‘No Pressure’, and trashy videos such as this rap song with its charmless lyrics and degrading performances by those taking part. They want to frighten us, they want to control many aspects of our lives, they want to condemn the poor of the world to hopelessness by increasing the costs of both energy and food, and they do all this based on a flimsy theory which the climate system resolutely contradicts year after year. I suppose one would have to turn to the history of fanatical religious orders to find anything comparable.

  2. Ulrich Elkmann

    “What’s coming next?” – The little red button – no pressure! (I seem to remember that they tried it quite some time ago, and it was not quite the success they hoped for – but the audience they aim for here has no memory reaching back more than six months by definition.) Failing that, you could always try to launch an Ego Shooter game – should be designed by someone knowledgeable about these things. If these level of the Climate Scandals of the last, say 24 months, is any indication, these guys’ knowledge of electronic games is likely to be stuck at the Pac-man or Space Invaders stage…

  3. Ulrich Elkmann

    Re: historical memory hole: Been There, Done That. Does anyone remember David Bowie as Ziggy Stardust, 1972?

    “News had just come over, we had five years left to cry in
    News guy wept and told us, earth was really dying
    Cried so much his face was wet, then I knew he was not lying

    We’ve got five years, my brain hurts a lot
    Five years, that’s all we’ve got
    We’ve got five years, what a surprise
    We’ve got five years, stuck on my eyes
    We’ve got five years, my brain hurts a lot
    Five years, that’s all we’ve got”
    (The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders frm Mars, track 1, “Five Years”). (The five-year-deadline was actually floated at Lenin’s birthday in 1970, a.k.a. Earth Day # 1, so it should have been “three years”, but these seem to have a thing about five year plans.)

  4. DirkH

    The Scientific Method in action.

  5. DirkH

    A post about some of the participants in the video, especially noteworthy the personal connection of one of them to the WWF and his role in the climategate e-mails.
    http://bunyipitude.blogspot.com/2011/05/insane-clown-posse.html

  6. M White

    A new blog from the BBCs Richard Black

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-13380826

    1. DirkH

      He looks like Michael Mann now. Very fitting, might i say. And i like this quote:
      “Some have been harsh in the extreme, accusing the panel of collusion, corruption and confusion.”

      The International Panel of Collusion and Corruption, fantastic!

  7. Jimbo

    They are desperate because their very livelihoods depend on continued global warming. When that stopped they turned to ‘disruption’ to save their disreputable careers.

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