The Anti-Science ‘March for Science’: ‘Soviet-style central planning of economy in name of ‘saving’ Mother Earth


By: - Climate DepotApril 24, 2017 10:16 AM

The latest sign-carrying, slogan-shouting, leftist mob to clog the streets of Washington, D.C. in a “march for science” is in reality a march against science.”  These are the global warming nutcases, the overwhelming majority of whom have no education or credentials whatsoever in “science” of any kind.  They are the useful idiots of the Democratic Party puppet stringpullers like George Soros, Hillary Clinton, John Podesta, etc.  They want to “save the world” with huge carbon taxes that would skyrocket the prices of gasoline, electricity, natural gas, every product that utilizes petroleum products in its production, etc., which would be especially cruel to “the poor” whom they always claim to be speaking for.

Besides that, the premise of this latest leftist “march” is quintessentially anti-science.  The science of global warming is “settled,” they say. That is the theme of the whole “march.”  But to real scientists nothing is ever “settled” because most scientific studies are based on statistical analysis, and statistics is based on the study of probabilities.  That’s why even your doctor is never 100% sure of most of the advice he or she gives you; his advice is based on probabilistic studies in the medical field that he learned of in medical school or in his continuing education.  Furthermore, the world is constantly changing, so that statistical relationships that existed years ago are often vastly different today.  In the field of economics, for example, the simplest of concepts — elasticity of demand — is studied by observing, historically, consumer demand responses to changes in prices.  A particular relationship that held in the past (a 30% increase in purchases of a product for every 10% price cut, for example) says nothing about that same relationship in the future.  New substitute or complementary products are constantly coming onto the market or leaving the market, which changes all of those relationships.  Estimates of the elasticity of demand for a product or service do not “settle” anything, not to mentio far more complex economic relationships.  The same is true of climate science and all other sciences.