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So Fake It’s Real: Global Warming is Reality TV for the Media Elite

Alex_P Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:33 AM
Wayne251 wrote: "... you probably believe that Darwins [sic] evolution theory is not a theory, but fact,..." While I understand your frustration with having to deal with fake theories, it will be good if you do realize that calling something a theory does not disprove it. A theory is an organized way of looking at the facts that is capable of explaining existing facts and predicting new observations before they happen (yes, I know that this is a simplification). This is the way the science works: you (generic you, as in all of us working in the specific field) collect data (observe), then form a hypothesis that explains collected data, then try predicting what new observations will show. If the predictions are on target (cont.)
scarmack Wrote: Jan 20, 2013 5:30 PM
And how is Darwin's theory different? Even with the overwhelming evidence that it too, is wrong, the schools still teach it as Fact. I want to know why this continues?
Alex_P Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:38 AM
and other scientists do not find errors/omissions in your data and come to the same predictions using your hypothesis, it gains the status of theory, until new observations disprove it (or limit its area of validity: see Newtonian physics vs Einstein physics vs Quantum theories).
So while "Global Warming" is failed theory, disproved by evidence of data falsification, it does not make every theory false.

Here’s my challenge to all the global warming apologists:

Explain to me why the “settled science” of global warming has to manipulate headlines to make information appear scarier and more threatening than the actual data shows.

If global warming is so settled, why do you and your friends take the opportunity to exaggerate, obfuscate and slant every piece of news that comes out to make it seem relevant to today?       

You can see an example of this in the headlines below:

Climate Change Main Contributor to Corn Volatility, Study Says” writes Bloomberg-BusinessWeek.