Location: Pantego, Texas, United States

Monday, October 11, 2010

Obama said he was going to restore science to its proper place in government. Then he appointed John Holdren as his science advisor. Holdren has some rather bizarre ideas, particularly with regard to population control. Here is a discussion of some of Holdren's recommendations and predictions. I recall that Holdren also had the idea of putting a birth control substance into the water supply. The appointment of Holdren showed that Obama was interested in real science. After two years it is obvious that Obama's idea of good science involves claiming that science demands that the policies he wants be enacted; Obama is not interested in facts or data. After all, facts as messy things and may not support what he wants.


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