Neil deGrasse Tyson On Bill Maher’s Show

Neil deGrasse Tyson spouts climate science wisdom on Real Time with Bill Maher.

[Just after 11:30 min] ‘If you don’t want to believe all the scientists, I have another way for you to approach the problem. And that is, you can take your cue from the rest of the animal and plant kingdom. Animals are migrating at different rates. Plants are migrating north… Plants are getting fertilized earlier than before. The migration patterns have shifted. And so, Nature is telling us.’

The Arm Chair Pontificator

I love Neil deGrasse Tyson. The world would be a much better place if more people were like him. Also, I want him to be my dad. So, Neil, if you’re reading this, will you please be my dad and take me to ball games and fishing? Please. I’ll be good. I promise. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ed74p6jEjZU

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  1. I like Neil, too, on climate change. And, most science. However, I’m extremely disappointed about the fact that he sold out big time on the issue of genetically modified crops.

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    1. Thanks for pointing that out.

      A while back, I did a Google search on the science of GMOs. My research was certainly not exhaustive, but I was unable to find good, peer-reviewed scientific research that supported the dangerous aspects of GMOs..

      (except for the GMO scientists in Spain (?), but there were weaknesses (?) in their experiments)

      I was so disappointed! Because, intuitively, I know GMOs are bad.

      Still, science progresses.A month ago the World Health Organization (WHO) said that glyphosate (found in Monsanto’s herbicide Roundup) probably causes cancer.

      This sounds about right to me.

      Meanwhile, I am almost glad Neil thinks GMOs are OK. Otherwise, he might be viewed merely as a ‘puppet’ scientist for the left-wing.

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