Alt-Left Insanity: Pro-’Science’ Crowd Asks Women: ‘What’s Your Sign?’

Alt-Left Insanity: Pro-’Science’ Crowd Asks Women: ‘What’s Your Sign?’

It’s April, but to liberals it’s March. They’ve had the March for Science. Now we get the March for Climate, which is virtually identical to its predecessor.

The alt-left, which apparently has a problem with word meanings, believes science is dogma, not provable fact. To question their beliefs lands you in the internet version of the inquisition. So first, let’s discuss the Scientific Method. (Insert your own important theme music here.) The idea behind it is that scientists/researchers come up with their results, show you the work and then you get to point out problems. But hey, don’t take my word for, let’s try a sciency site.

Science Daily defines it as: “Scientific method is a body of techniques for investigating phenomena, acquiring new knowledge, or correcting and integrating previous knowledge.” It explains the process from hypothesis to results, but includes a key point. “Another basic expectation is to document, archive and share all data and methodology so it is available for careful scrutiny by other scientists, thereby allowing other researchers the opportunity to verify results by attempting to reproduce them.”

That means, the essence of the Scientific Method is to critique flaws you find in science so that science becomes better, more accurate. This is how we know the Earth isn’t flat any more. This is also how we know the Sun doesn’t revolve around the Earth.

The left loves this line of thinking until you get to climate change. Then idiots like our near-miss president Al Gore call you “deniers” for disagreeing with their conclusions. They talk falsely about how 97 percent of scientists say this. It’s not only not true, it’s also meaningless. Science isn’t a popularity contest. Belief is faith, not science.

(This is also the point where alt-lefty types start screaming about how the election was stolen from Gore. They hold up “hanging chads” like Buffy would hold a cross to fend off a vampire. This is also the point where a good Democrat friend of mine points out that Gore also lost his home state of Tennessee.)

The alt-left claims to be all sciency. They want you to believe Bill Nye is The Science Guy, not because he is. But because they say so. Hell, he’s a former stand-up comedian. He’s the perfect metaphor for a Hollywood scientist — all facade with nothing behind it. As Ben Shapiro explained in an excellent piece for National Review, “Who needs experiments and proof when your zeal is religious?”

And that takes us this week to a quick look at the utterly insane women’s publications who claim to be all about science. I can’t begin to mock every one of the sites that does this garbage. So here are a couple of the worst — Bustle vs. Cosmo. Trying to decide which is worse is like watching an Epic Rap Battle of Stupidity.

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