I recently was discussing climate change with some of Florida’s University PhD students. It was interesting none of them really knew anything except what they’ve been spoon fed. I talked to them about computer modeling of energy and how it is not a very exact science. The entire hypothesis of climate change is based on computer modeling of temperatures that were never actually taken. There is a much larger cone of uncertainty with thousands of years of climate than with trying to predict where a hurricane will land! I told the kids, “Don’t be so quick to drink the Kool-Aid.” Then I asked them if they understood that expression and where it came from. Of course, they didn’t.
Religious cults and climate change is almost identical. The common threads are only a few special people really are “in the know.” The common people have opinions but no way to actually do global research to verify what we are being told is really true. So, the masses are at the mercy of a few. In both cases, people are asked to make life changes based on the “wisdom of the few,” who know better what is good for us than we do for ourselves.
The truth is most people want to save the planet but not if it cost us anything. So, how is this phenomenon powered? Who stands to benefit through these policies? There are only a few benefactors. The federal government, developing nations who want our money and some creative energy related companies who have their hands in all types of energy development, like General Electric and others.
Don’t be too quick to drink the climate change Kool-Aid, if you do, history may look back on you as one of the casualties similar to those in Jonestown!