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Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Bill Nye, the political science guy, is coming to Charleston, West Virginia



Bill Nye, former contestant on "Dancing With The Stars" and guest actor on "Big Bang Theory," will collect an estimated $50,000 appearance fee from the State of West Virginia for an appearance in November sponsored by the West Virginia Higher Education Policy Commission’s Division of Science and Research.

In recent years, he has soiled his reputation by pushing a pedestrian lefty agenda, most recently a fact-challenged pro-abortion recitation on CNN.

From Life Site News:
Six pro-life leaders and a top medical researcher are pushing back on Bill Nye's claims that life does not begin at conception, and that natural death is equivalent to abortion.
"I'm flabbergasted that the mainstream media can take Bill Nye's naive comments so seriously," said LifeSiteNews Editor-in-Chief John-Henry Westen. "He's suggested that because embryos die naturally we should not be concerned with abortion -- the intentional killing of embryonic children in the womb."
"So by that logic, because many young people die of natural causes in their teens, should we not be concerned with murderers who target teens?" asked Westen.
Stem-cell researcher Dr. David Prentice said that Nye's analysis is "a science-free justification for his own ideological view."
"The science is long-established" that "a human life begins at fertilization," said the Charlotte Lozier Institute Vice President, "even if some are ignorant of, or ignore, the biological facts."
"Using Nye’s logic, none of us are ever alive, because humanity has a 100% mortality rate," stated Prentice, who noted that "all leading scientific and medical textbooks" agree that "a human life begins at fertilization."
Using one's degree to stamp your political beliefs as science is pretty juvenile.

And apparently lucrative.

6 comments:

  1. Title should be "Bill Nye, the political Fake-Science Guy"

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  2. I don't think Mr. Nye qualifies as a living, breathing human being.

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  3. "I'm flabbergasted that the mainstream media can take Bill Nye's naive comments so seriously," said LifeSiteNews Editor-in-Chief John-Henry Westen.

    Why? Nye is telling the media exactly what it wants to hear.Even if the journalists who slobber over Nye had the scientific background to properly evaluate his often goofy claims on this and many other issues (they don't), the media's leftist ideology trumps all.

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  4. As a direct result of Nye's appearance, Charleston's average IQ will drop to the point that Zabriskan Fontemas will seem to be geniuses by comparison.

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  5. You all are ridiculous. You don't obtain half the knowledge that Bill Nye has. You people that are unable to change your mind about any issue, abortion, "gay is not natural" (even though homosexuality is all through nature),climate change, and evolution are the ones who are uneducated on the subject. I'm not pro-abortion, but I am not qualified and like the rest of the people that wrote and commented on this, I AM NOT A WOMAN. So what makes you or I the expert on women's bodies? Who are you to tell them, that if a full-term pregnancy may kill them that they have to do it? Here in West Virgina

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    1. "It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." --- Richard P. Feynman.

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