Monday, June 18, 2007

Reid Bryson, "Father of Climatology" : Al Gore Is A Complete Moron

The man who originally suggested Gore's premise and got the whole show rolling today says it was a mistake he made in his youth.

Hillaire Belloc was right. When a man no longer believes in God, he's ripe to believe in anything.

Reporters will often call the meteorology building seeking the opinion of a scientist and some beginning graduate student will pick up the phone and say he or she is a meteorologist, Bryson said. "And that goes in the paper as 'scientists say.'" The word of this young graduate student then trumps the views of someone like Bryson, who has been working in the field for more than 50 years, he said. "It is sort of a smear."

Bryson said he recently wrote something on the subject and two graduate students told him he was wrong, citing research done by one of their professors. That professor, Bryson noted, is probably the student of one of his students. "Well, that professor happened to be wrong," he said. "There is very little truth to what is being said and an awful lot of religion. It's almost a religion. Where you have to believe in anthropogenic (or man-made) global warming or else you are nuts."


Anonymous said...

Al Gore is a Christian.

Hence, it should be said that "When a man believes in God, he's ripe to believe in anything."

Or were you referencing our "godless" society where "Fully 92 percent of Americans say they believe in God, 85 percent in heaven and 82 percent in miracles..." according to the latest Fox News poll.

The big reason we don't have Civil Defense in this country is because Jesus is going to Miracle rapture the Christians before they get toasted - or so most of them believe.

Texas Arcane said...

You forgot the 92 percent Krisschans who cannot accurately cite three of the ten commandments. These are the same "Krisschans" who believe the message of the Bible is that God helps those who help themselves.

Well, at the end of the day, a firestorm needs fuel and these sheeple are it. God's own custom made crash dummies for the Apocalypse. You didn't think he wanted any real humans injured, did you?

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