|Tin Hats against CLIMATE CHANGE|
Suppose you are a DENIER cum SKEPTIC and your honest scientific beliefs teach you that wrenching changes in the Natural World are literally *impossible* and that only moderate oscillations up and down around an eternal norm are possible .
That is, you un-skeptically believe in the sort of self-flattering-to-humanity type of science that is still taught in our High Schools.
Then you must account , if only in your own mind, for why hundreds of millions of other, decent, honest, ordinary people seem so convinced that the climate is drastically and maybe even permanently changing.
To deniers, the only possible rational reason is that these decent honest people have been conned by a conspiracy, with either profit or domination the co-consprators’ true ultimate aim.
We WARMISTS must equally ask ourselves why so many ordinary people on the other side believe so readily in conspiracy wackiness – unless their scientific beliefs have left them with no alternative explanation……
"To deniers, the only possible rational reason is that these decent honest people have been conned by a conspiracy,"ReplyDelete
No, only a tiny minority of deniers believe it is a conspiracy. Its not a conspiracy, its a belief or faith. People like to believe that if something is percieved to be wrong, humans must be to blame in some way. They feel happiest blaming themselves for everything. Most major religious faiths of the world are based on this beleif that humans are bad (born sinners), and that our activities will come back to get us later. Climate alarmism is similar, it is a belief that we are damaging the god Gaia by emitting the devil CO2, and sometime in the near future Gaia will exact retribution though climate apocolypse. Its basically a witchcraft pagan religion, not a conspiracy.
"..We WARMISTS must equally ask ourselves why so many ordinary people on the other side believe so readily in conspiracy wackiness.."
I agree, you should ask yourself why so many warmist beleive so readily in the conspiracy explanation, when there are so few conspiracy deniers around. How have you people been so mislead?
I read many deniers' published comments online.ReplyDelete
For example ,under articles in the Daily Telegraph's by James Delingpole .
I concluded from that reading that conspiracy explanations were indeed wide spread among not just climate denier leaders, but among average denier followers as well.
KLem : do you think people blame bad earthquakes on other people - that's a bit lame isn't it ?ReplyDelete
Yes, blaming earthquakes on humanity is truly lame but that is what people do.ReplyDelete
Japans earthquake is a perfect example:
They also attribute hurricanes to Gaia's retribution for climate denial. Unebelievably lame.
"People" as in all ALL people - I doubt, but as in SOME people - I agree.ReplyDelete