We’re often told that you are not allowed to question global cooling change climate if you are not a scientist. But what if you are a scientist, like say, a Nobel-winning physicist named Dr. Ivar Giaever who supported Barack Obama? Can you question it?
“Failure to act will subject future generations of humanity to unconscionable and unacceptable risk,” the declaration said.
In his speech, “Global Warming Revisited,” Mr. Giaever cited a statement from Mr. Obama’s State of the Union address on Jan. 20 in which the president said that, “No challenge poses a greater threat to future generations than climate change.”
“How can he say that?” Mr. Giaever said, adding, “I think Obama is a clever person, but he gets bad advice. Global warming is all wet.”
Leftists, for the most part, are waiting for a meme from the ‘I F***ing Love Occupy Democrats Uncut Against the Tea Party’ Facebook page to tell them how to think or act. I’ll get back to you once they figure it out. I’m guessing noonish.
And of course, Snopes is on the case. You can guess how that turned out, but this was my favorite part…
While Mr. Giaever is certainly a highly accomplished physicist, that does not automatically make him a climate expert as well.
Right. The phrase climate expert is reserved for people like Al Gore, Leonard DiCaprio, and The Pope.
I want to make sure I have my current Global Warming rulebook up to date. People can’t question global climate warming change if they aren’t a scientist, or if they are a scientist, or even if they are a nobel-winning physicist?
Okay, then… who’s allowed to question it?