From The “Jeez, I can’t believe people still fall for this” File

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I watch and shake my head. Remember folks, these are the very people who are supposed to be up on science, who know better than us, who want to change our society to their liking.

As I mentioned in a previous post, with the worldwide economic slowdown, there hasn’t a decline in CO2 at all. And life in this economy sucks!!! just think of what it would be like if these wise and enlightened souls have their way! We would be pretty thirsty too!

Hat Tip: WUWT

4 Comments to “From The “Jeez, I can’t believe people still fall for this” File”

  1. By Jeff Alberts, December 9, 2010 @ 2:48 am

    Why should it surprise you? Most people believe in a magical sky daddy, with zero evidence. Many people think the Qray bracelet does something more than cause money to go from your credit card to the makers of the bracelet. Many people think magnets can cure pain and other ailments. Many people think Astrology, Homeopathy, Phrenology, Parapsychology, Cryptozoology, etc are valid things.

  2. By Kev, December 9, 2010 @ 7:33 am

    My mom, who was a brilliant lawyer before retiring and still is brilliant today, thinks that magnets in her shoes will heal her. Once when I was in San Diego and she visited me we went for a walk at the park and these crappy shoes disintegrated and started tearing up her feet (because magnets are big chunks of metal). No one is immune, even me. I believe in the Underpants Gnomes.

  3. By Sonicfrog, December 9, 2010 @ 4:30 pm

    Kev… Underpants Gnomes Are Real!!!!!

    Jeff…. Underpants Gnomes Are Real!!!!!

  4. By Sonicfrog, December 9, 2010 @ 4:37 pm

    My niece, who just had a baby this year is extremely anti-vaccination. I have tried to explain that her fears are unfounded, that even though there are some risks involved in having your baby inoculated, they are minimal compared to the risks if you don’t. She will have none of it. Yesterday, she went on and on her Facebook page about how Bill Gates admitted that the effort to improve vaccination rates against high mortality childhood disease in poor countries, something his charities support and finance, are really an attempt to perform wide spread eugenics throughout the world. I was going to post on it, but, it was just too depressing that my niece would believe that.

    I might tackle it today, after I knock a climate post out.

    But, I have to go to work now.

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