Do you know or remember Bill Nye “the Science Guy”, you know the “Science Guy” who has no science degree and never worked as a scientist, yes that one.

The Washington Times is reporting on an in-depth interview Bill had with the LA Times and in that interview Bill stated that it will be possible to take action on the religious belief of Global Warmist once the climate skeptics and deniers of the older generations die off.

What a great guy Bill is, waiting for opponents to his beliefs to die off so governments can implement their Global Warming programs to enrich their friends.

Bill Nye “The Science Guy” without any experience in science was quoted in the Washington Times article stating:

It just sounds like people are afraid. And the people who are afraid in general — with due respect, and I am now one of them — are older. Climate change deniers, by way of example, are older. It’s generational. So we’re just going to have to wait for those people to ‘age out,’ as they say. ‘Age out’ is a euphemism for ‘die.’ But it’ll happen, I guarantee you — that’ll happen.

I wonder why the “older” generation are more skeptical than the younger generation.  Do you think it might have to do with schools brainwashing the children parents trust them with in believing that Global Warming was occurring?  If Global Warming was occurring why did they change the name of their religion to Climate Change, climate changes all the time?

You see older generations many times tend to seek out other information than that which is spoon fed to them by the media and “scientist”.  How many scientific theories have been proven wrong over the year?  That is when they found out that the Global Warming “scientist” where cooking the books when it came to their data.

Albert Einstein once famously said:

Whoever is careless with the truth in small matters cannot be trusted with important matters.

Once you’re caught cheating how are people supposed to believe anything you say or write after that?

Bill Nye “The Science Guy” without any experience in science was also quoted in the Washington Times article stating:

We have the situation where people are acting against their own self-interest, and that thing about universities and colleges that you mentioned is probably part of that. What keeps the United States competitive in the economic sphere is innovation, new ideas. You want a voting populace that supports innovation, attorneys who protect intellectual property, venture capitalists who make it possible, people who sweep the floors in the buildings where the innovators are innovating — you want everybody to support the tradition of new ideas.

New ideas are fine Bill but they need to be supported by really science, scientist who do not cook the books and that “science” needs to be challenged all the time.