Cult Of Climastrology Very Upset Over Bill That Would Require Teaching Other Views Of “Climate Change”

For some reason, Warmists are very afraid over offering differing views of climate, allowing students to make up their own minds. I wonder why

(National Journal) Senator Roger Wicker wants to make sure that public schools can teach students about “the natural causes and cycles of climate change.”

The Mississippi Republican and skeptic of the scientific consensus on man-made climate change has introduced an amendment to a sweeping Senate education bill updating the No Child Left Behind Act that calls on federal agencies to provide states and local education agencies with K-12 instructional materials outlining “the natural causes and cycles of climate change.”

Wicker’s amendment does not mandate that schools teach climate change in any particular way or even that they teach climate change at all. But the fact that it has surfaced as part of the debate over a much broader education bill speaks to the growing controversy over climate education.

It directs the Environmental Protection Agency and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to dole out educational materials highlighting “the uncertainties inherent in climate modeling and the myriad factors that influence the climate of the Earth.”

So, of course, Warmists yammer on about “consensus” and Wicker being a big meanie. It’s like they’re afraid to allow debate and put their “science” up against competing views. Kinda like how so many were Very Upset that anyone would go against the consensus that the world was flat, that the sun went around the earth, and that the earth was the center of the universe.

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