Bill Nye (Not a Science Guy) Blows it on the Global Warming Lie
These climate change people never want to talk about the changes throughout solar system.
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Sometimes it gets so depressing. I’m reading my tech blogs. It’s my hobby. Folks, I’d love to call these out by name, but believe me it wouldn’t be worth it. It doesn’t matter. I know you’re not going to go read them anyway. But there is this one blog comprised of people who think they are engineers and scientists. They’re 24, 25 years old — maybe in their early 30s — and it’s just classic reading them.
They are nothing more than the product of the propaganda they’ve been taught at every level of education. For example: Global warming. “It is undeniable. It is as real — man-made global warming is as real — as the sun coming up,” and apparently, I guess, one of the Sunday shows had a debate between Marsha Blackburn and Bill Nye, “the Science Guy,” who is not a science guy. Bill Nye, apparently when talking about the North Pole, held up a picture of the South Pole.
But anyway, he believes in all this gobbledygook, and it’s a hoax. Democrats are reviving it, by the way. Kerry, Obama, they’re reviving it just like they revive minimum wage and it gets their base going. It expands the role of government. But there’s absolutely no evidence. It’s a total hoax. They’re now focusing on the drought in California as part of global warming. It’s ridiculous. The reason there’s a drought in the Central Valley is because of water policy.
They have simply diverted water from human beings to animals, endangered species! They’ve been doing this in California since I don’t know when, the ’70s and ’80s. That’s how long they’ve been doing it, and that’s why there’s a drought. That’s why there’s an agricultural crisis in the Central Valley. It’s not because of global warming. It’s because of water policy. California doesn’t have enough water naturally.
They’ve got to take the runoff from the snowmelt, Hetch Hetchy in San Francisco. Southern California doesn’t get enough rain; it’s got to be diverted down there. Southern California, ditto. They’re diverting water to save snail darters and things like that. They’ve been doing it for years. But none of that is given the time of day among these young, hip, know-it-alls. I read this and I want to howl. If I had a chance to talk to these guys, how in the world would I get through to them?
It’s a challenge.
It’s something I ponder, ’cause I think one of these days it’s probably going to happen somewhere.