Right off the bat, let me say that I am not a happy pirate bunny quoting Prison Planet. Truthers and crazies, all, yet, the Old Media refuses to cover this type of story
Google CEO Eric Schmidt and film director James Cameron recently concurred that people who question the science of anthropogenic global warming are, in their opinions, “criminal”.
The two made the comments during a recent on stage conversation at a private event in Silicon Valley.
“If that continues, business as usual as our leaders in Washington say is OK for us to do, we will have extincted 70% of the species on the planet by the end of the century.” Cameron responded to Schmidt’s line of discussion on global warming.
Notice that Cameron has included the “biodiversity” argument into his climate alarmism. Hey, I wonder how Cameron made his way to Silicon Valley? A private jet, perhaps? He is a massive eco-hypocrite, after all. Buying offsets is not walking the talk.
During the same conversation Schmidt stated, “There are people who in my view criminally doubt some of the science.”
“I agree, criminally, I agree with that.” Cameron interjected.
So, according to these two high priests of the scientific community, if you point out that the warming trend observed predominantly throughout the 1980s and 90s stopped over a decade ago, as admitted recently by both Professor Phil Jones, the figure at the head of the Climategate scandal, as well as one of the most prominent AGW advocate groups in existence, The Royal Society, you should be locked up.
We really shouldn’t be surprised, alarmists are always pushing their brand of insanity. They talk about scientific investigation, open and free debate, yet, as soon as they are pushed, they say the debate is over (funny that it is not only still going on, but getting worse for the alarmists) and the Infidel should be locked up. At the least.
Video of the event is available at Prison Planet, lest you alarmists, who probably agree with Cameron and Schmidt (so much for your belief in the 1st Amendment), think PP made it up.
Oh, BTW, Steven Goddard: “why is it colder now over most of the Arctic than it was 70 years ago?”