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Let’s quickly note how bad Trump’s current climate-change argument is - The Washington Post
From March to July, the resting air temperature in your house will gradually increase, thanks to the changing seasons. From August to December, it will trend back down. The current change in the climate is not akin to those slow transitions. It’s akin to you setting your house on fire on April 10. Trump would apparently argue that the rapid increase in air temperature from your burning house is just part of the natural cycle of things.
trump-climate  climate-change-denial  trump-wind-turbines  trump-self-dealing 
8 weeks ago by Peony43
A President Who Believes He Is Entitled to His Own Facts - The New York Times
“He’s got a personal relationship,” Mr. Hayden said, “and he’s built it himself, with three heads of state who have murdered somebody within another person’s country within the last year.”
khashoggi  saudi-arabia  trump-loves-authoritarians  trump-doesn't-understand-stuff  impugnity  climate-change-denial  antivax  birther  us-intelligence-services 
january 2019 by Peony43
'On Fire For God's Work': How Scott Pruitt's Faith Drives His Politics : NPR
"A Christian worldview means that God has answers to our problems," said Pruitt, according to the seminary's website. "And part of our responsibility is to convey to those in society that the answers that he has, as represented in Scripture, are important and should be followed, because they lead to freedom and liberty."
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"In this generation, where people are trying to decide what they believe about sex," he said, "it's because we've forgotten the one who made them male and female. In a generation, where we're not sure if God created, because we've propagandized evolution, we've forgotten that in the beginning, God."
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climate-change-denial  religion-priviledge  EPA  evolution-politicians  Pruitt  GOP-antiscience  religion-of-politicians  GOP-religious 
may 2018 by Peony43
Climate Change & “Science Denial” -- Oren Cass’s “Who’s the Denier Now?” Essay Response | National Review
reliance on fake experts, using logical fallacies to arrive at false conclusions, demanding impossible expectations of scientific proof, cherry picking from the full body of evidence and conspiracy theories to explain the consensus.
denialism-definition  climate-change-denial 
may 2017 by Peony43

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