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Experts Find No Link Between Right Wing Thought, Ideology and Science
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TRUMPÄ$$©
2017-10-06 22:01:56 UTC
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Most right wing retards believe science it's a big socialist cabal
under Al Gore. And when you point out that most major
corporations are endeavoring to reduce their GHG emissions or the
insurance industry (who most deniers strongly endorse in US health
care) they start yammering on about how they're in on the great
conspiracy as well.

Then they continue to cite fabrications from dubious, amateur
websites like "c3headlines", anonymous uncredentialed bloggers,
crackpots, right wing think tanks and retired scientists turned
fossil fuel industry shills for their "facts".

Even more hilarious, the majority of the scientists they cite
never worked in the field of climatology in the first place, so
it's like citing the opinion of your dentist for a heart
condition.

New Meta Study Proves That Rightist Rednecks Have Lower
Intelligence.

This substatiates the anti intellectualism, gullibility and fear
of science as demonstrated by rightist peons from these newsgroups
to Fox News and the Right Wing Propaganda non-MSM media. Studies
show that few rightists are scientists and most of them think
science is a socialist conspiracy.

Well, well, well, boy, howdy, gosh-o-golly and gee whiz, what a
shock! A new meta study of more than 20,000 young adults shows
that people who identify as liberal score well above average on IQ
tests - 106 - while their conservadolt maroon counterparts score
well below average - 95. Who'da thunk it!

A similar split in IQ was seen between those who identify as
atheists - averaging 103 - and those who identify as ignorant
superstitious imbeciles, er, sorry, very religious, who average
only 97.

And before you rightarded boobs start whining about some imaginary
"librul bise," this study came from the anything but liberal
London School of Economics and Political Science and was conducted
by libertarian Satoshi Kanazawa.

These results confirm earlier research. This latest study
corroborates the results of earlier studies that have shown strong
correlation between liberalism and intelligence as well as
conservadoltism and stupidity. Last year a long term meta study
tracking children to adulthood showed the higher a child scored on
standardized tests, the more likely that child would grow up to be
liberal. The inverse - the lower the score the more likely to end
up a conservadolt - was also found to be true.

So, there you have it, folks. Liberals really are a lot smarter
than their conservadolt counterparts. Liberals, of course, have
been well aware of this for some time. Conservadolts, OTOH,
populate the risible depths of those who are simply not smart
enough to know they simply are not smart enough.

Then again, from the continual conservadolt rightard angst over my
sig file, which doesn't even differentiate based on political
identity, they must at least suspect that they're just not very
smart. And right they are, in a world where right means stupid...





Why scientists are seldom Republicans

By Robyn E. Blumner, Times Columnist

Have you ever wondered what the world would be like without
scientists?

Ask the Republican Party.

It lives in such a world.

Republicans have been so successful in driving out of their party
anyone who endeavors in scientific inquiry that pretty soon there
won't be anyone left who can distinguish a periodic table from a
kitchen table.

It is no wonder the Republican throngs showing up to disrupt town
hall meetings on health care reform are so gullible, willing to
believe absurd claims like the coming of "death panels."

Their party is nearly devoid of neuroscientists, astrophysicists,
marine biologists or any other scientific professional who would
insist on intellectual rigor, objective evidence and sound
reasoning as the basis for public policy development.

The people left don't have that kind of discipline and don't
expect it from their leaders.

They are willing to believe anything some right-wing demagogue
with a cable show or pulpit tells them, no matter how outlandish.

Since the Sonia Sotomayor nomination we've been hearing about the
GOP's Hispanic deficit.

Only 26 percent of Latino registered voters now say they identify
with or lean toward the Republican Party.

But that's a full house compared with scientists.

Only 12 percent of scientists in a poll issued last month by the
Pew Research Center say they are Republican or lean toward the
GOP, while fully 81 percent of scientists say they are Democrats
or lean Democratic.

We shouldn't be surprised that people who are open to
evidence-based thinking have abandoned the Republican Party.

The GOP has proudly adopted the mantle of the "Terri Schiavo,
global warming shwarming" party with the Bush administration
helping cement the image by persistently subverting science to
serve a religious agenda or corporate greed.

But what worries me is not the shrunken relevancy of the GOP, a
party in which 56 percent of its members oppose funding of
embryonic stem cell research, 39 percent believe humans have
always existed on Earth in their present form, and in which only
30 percent say human activity is warming the planet.

It is that this nation's future depends upon people who don't
think that way and the Republican Party is closing the door to
them.

Every hope we have to invent our way out of this economic malaise
and create enough Information Age jobs to maintain a stable and
prosperous middle class sits on the shoulders of people who
understand and practice the scientific method.

Every hope we have of advancing human understanding of the
physical universe and bettering our lives in it, is tied to
professionals now represented by only one of our nation's two
major political parties ? while the other party attempts to
obstruct them.

Global warming is a prime example.

Earth is under siege by CO2 emissions to a point that the Pentagon
is warning that our national security is at risk if climate change
is not arrested.

All Americans and politicians should be united for collective
action.

Yet George Bush spent essentially his entire presidency ignoring
and suppressing scientific concerns.

Even today, with the effects of global warming evident,
Republicans in Congress are trying to bury the cap-and-trade
energy bill, the nation's first attempt (albeit not strong enough)
to limit greenhouse gas emissions.

Their alternative is to offer nothing.

Why are they so blind to the looming crisis?

Because to embrace what scientists are saying about global warming
would give political liberals a win, something the GOP leadership
is not wont to do.

Republicans build their political careers disdaining "elitists"
with a good education, complex charts and empirical data.

They see it to their political advantage to rally people to
distrust science.

That means our nation is only likely to advance to meet the heady
scientific challenges of the future, on health and the environment
? advancements that translate directly into economic progress and
rising living standards ? if the Democrats remain in power with
substantial majorities.

But if the nation's economic situation doesn't turn around soon, a
GOP resurgence could very well come.

Then scientists will once again be on the defensive against a
Republican Party that left them behind in favor of the Tea Party
crowd, the birthers, and the people who shout at town halls that
government better keep its hands off their Medicare.

Theirs is a world without scientists, and scary doesn't begin to
describe it.
Sgt. Rock
2017-10-06 23:29:36 UTC
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