Sunday, March 15, 2009

Hansen a Radical Activist...NOT a Scientist

I've written about this egomaniacal, erroneous-data pontificator on many occasions in the past, but Hansen keeps managing to put his dumb butt back in the spotlight over manmade climate change, even after his retarded research has been exposed as fraudulent (and no mainstream media types will call him on it).

Science should be politically neutral; it should not take social positions, because taking positions can bias one’s judgment and one’s study designs. If you’re already sold on climate change, you’re not going to accept any contrary evidence that may show up in your own or other’s research. Scientists should be like any citizen—take a political position when you go vote. Otherwise, please shut up and stop acting like most Hollywood celebrities, somehow believing that YOUR political opinion is far more valuable than anyone else’s. What a narcissist!

The last statement highlighted below shows just how retarded this guy has become; he’s actually saying that ONLY SCIENTISTS are smart enough to be politicians. Not even politicians can define the implications of their policy choices; they regularly screw stuff up, but a political amateur is going to somehow set up policies to save us all, simply because he’s a believing, alarmist scientist?

Predictably, no antithetical voice to AGW is given a single sentence of rebuttal in the article.

Plan B: scientists get radical in bid to halt global warming ‘catastrophe’

THE director of a Nasa space laboratory will this week lead thousands of climate change campaigners through Coventry in an extraordinary intervention in British politics.

James Hansen plans to use Thursday’s Climate Change Day of Action to put pressure on Gordon Brown to wake up to the threat of climate change - by halting the construction of new power stations and the expansion of airports, with schemes such as the third runway at Heathrow.

The move by a leading American researcher is the highest-profile example to date of the way climate change is politicising scientists.


Hansen, director of Nasa’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, said he believed scientists, the people who knew most about climate change, now had a moral obligation to become politically active.


“The scientists can connect the dots and define the implications of different policy choices and we should make clear those implications.”

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