Rick McKee Editorial Cartoon

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syfredrick
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syfredrick 02/02/13 - 07:31 am
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Everyone misses those days.

Ignorance is bliss.

InquiringLynn-SkepticGriggsy
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InquiringLynn-SkepticGriggsy 02/02/13 - 10:06 am
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Global warming
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Yes, the scientific consensus, as always buoyed by real facts, present the fact that global warming is already happening! Individual storms, etc. wouldn't indicate such, but the extreme weather and climate changes do taken altogether
Climate- change deniers avoid skepticism, as they don't take all the evidence in mind and use falsehoods. We skeptic take all know data into account. We know the inter-subjectivity of science makes for objectivity. Now, in particulars science ever changes. It affirms evolution, but indicates that how strong natural selection versus genetic drift and other matters will change as new knowledge comes forth: that is its tentativeness; it denies creationism, no tentativeness about any particulars; and is uncertain about the origin of language.
This is how we skeptics reason. We are empiricists, who require facts, not faith-based stuff. Oh,lo,how libertarians rely on faith! Whilst we liberals want entrepreneurs to combat climate change, making for more and better jobs, they, in effect, deny the power of capitalism by embracing whole-heartedly these falsehoods of science- denial regarding the change!
We Democrats affirm capitalism for everybody's good, whilst they favor the few. We Americans are both makers and takers at various times. What a blasphemy against the hard-working poor!

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Darby 02/02/13 - 11:00 am
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It doesn't take a weatherman...

to know which way the wind is blowing...

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