|splatterbabble - 2010-02-12 |
Next stop for Republican Education: Sesame Street.
"Oscar? That's a hispanic name. If you don't show me your Green Card, I'm calling INS."
|RockBolt - 2010-02-12 |
Of course, how could unusually extreme weather be indicative of climate change?
|manfred - 2010-02-12 |
Nye has a BSc in mechanical engineering. He's about as qualified to talk about climate change as Hannity.
I'm going to trust the word of a scientist like Bill Nye over the word of whatever job title an asshole like Hannity uses.
Normally I'd agree...this about sums up what I see a lot of:
But in this case the guy is clearly more qualified to speak on the subject than, say, Anthony Watts, who is a meteorologist (not a researcher but a weatherman, but even so).
Bill even points out that it's willful ignorance when she asks how to explain the difference between weather and climate and he says "we all know it."
|spork865 - 2010-02-12 |
Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill! Bill!
|Caminante Nocturno - 2010-02-12 |
|happy_ending - 2010-02-12 |
|pastorofmuppets - 2010-02-12 |
It's been a steady 70ºF in the house all week. EXPLAIN THAT
|SteamPoweredKleenex - 2010-02-12 |
This is great, but why haven't we heard from Beakman, dammit?
|memedumpster - 2010-02-12 |
Other things Nye is more qualified to discuss than Hannity:
You left out bow ties.
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