By Paul Homewood
I briefly mentioned the GWPF report yesterday, concerning climate change brainwashing in schools.
The full report can be found at GWPF’s website here. It is by necessity very detailed, but the Executive Summary is well worth a read, if you have not already seen it.
But I thought I’d show some of the examples found, to give some of the flavour.
Let’s start with this example from the “GCSE Geography AQA A (Student Book)”, which begins its description of the climate change question with a paragraph that would not have looked out of place in a Greenpeace pamphlet:
Climate change isn’t something that is going to happen in the future – it’s happening now! Disasters, like the severe droughts in Niger, in sub- Saharan Africa, in 2005–6 and 2009, are wrecking people’s lives more and more frequently. And it’s going to get worse.
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Dr. Robert M. Wagner spoke to the Miami University College Republicans among others in Harrison Hall 307 Wednesday evening about the dangers of “believing blindly” in climate change.
“Science is the belief in the ignorance of the experts,” Wagner said, “A normal scientist would try to disprove a no-hypothesis.”
Wagner has been speaking to skeptics and non-skeptics in climate change after a career in the military and a history studying economics and statistics in the field of finance. Wagner is a graduate of Miami.
“I encourage them to invite the Democrats, I encourage them to bring the professors who want to defend this ‘science’ because the best weapon we have is getting people to defend this science in public.” Wagner said.
Wagner encourages audiences to “open their mind” to what he perceives as statistical fallacies and loopholes the IPCC (International Panel on Climate Change) created to “sustain their funding and…
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