The lie is halfway around the world before the truth has it's boots on.
Some of the regulars on this board are disappointed I don't spend more time helping them get the word out on the past 150+ years of junk anthropology about our Neanderthal ancestors. I have every intention of writing a book on this subject as soon as time permits but it is not a high priority for me right now.
One of the reasons is that I think Homo Sapiens has been a badly screwed up species for over 38,000+ years. I'm never going to change that. After all, I'm just one guy. I think the injection of Neanderthal brains left him with almost enough sense to get himself into a lot of trouble he lacks the corresponding brains to get out of. I don't think one lone eccentric or an army of them is going to get very far in life if all they have to offer is the truth about our Neanderthal ancestors. You can't refute 150 years of confusion on this subject because "truth" is "truth" for Sapiens if it is the consensus and it doesn't matter to him if the consensus turns out to be wrong on this or any other subject.
Deep down, Homo Sapiens is not much interested in the truth about anything. It is just not an enthusiasm for him and never was. Besides, if he got enthusiastic about the truth he would not be Sapiens, he'd be Neanderthal.
I honestly think that guys like me are wasting their time talking to certain kinds of people. I believe it is valuable brain glucose I could be expending on efforts that pay off better in the longer term and are more gratifying. I had enough frustration in this life when I was younger and I don't want to waste one second of my precious time tilting at windmills. I really found IDIOCRACY to be a life changing experience because I saw myself for the past fifty years cast in the same role as "Not Sure" and I realized I was trying to get something from other people that it is unrealistic to expect they even have to give. I could spend the rest of my adult life refuting errors when I hear them and during that time, mankind would invent a million more. There are a lot better ways to spend my time and they are rewarding in the way that counts to me.
I am glad somebody somewhere has spent more time earnestly engaged in the fight against the hoax of globowarmthinkery. Me, I lack the energy. Probably they are the better man because of it. Or maybe they've just never felt the kind of soul-sapping exhaustion that is really common to people like me after only a short time on the planet. Maybe they've just never contemplated seriously if what they are doing is really going to change anything.
It's a beautiful world. There is a lot of happiness to be found in it and I don't care if what makes other people happy is different from what makes me happy. I'd like for them to be free to do what seems best to them if they do not interfere with the liberty of others. Herein is the problem ... the globowarmthinkist is a miserable tyrant and a liar and he succeeds simply because he goes properly unopposed by his betters.
I salute all you world changers and great reformers. I don't think I am that guy, though. I am no longer all that interested in this stuff. No positive feedback for me of any kind coming from that quarter and there never has been. I'd rather tinker, program and build stuff with my hands that I don't have to convince we should put toilet water on plants to make them grow. I like it when you see it working and nobody can spin that or take it away from you. That feels pretty good. That other stuff is just a drag to me and I don't need anyone else to agree with me on that appraisal.