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Bonus Section 2 – The People of the Unscience
This second bonus section of the Climate Science Challenge focuses on what global-warming-adherents really believe and desire. But first, some more definitions.
Envirotheism (or etheism for short) is a product of societally conditioned paranoia that elevates the environment beyond nominal rational appreciation, and instead produces large-scale imagined apocalyptic scenarios where the whole world and/or much of humanity is seen as threatened with destruction. Climate change envirotheists ignore contradicting empirical evidence and alternately rely on tenuous corroboration using computer models, and testimonial and anecdotal attestation. Anthropogenic global warming theory is a prime example of envirotheist paranoia.
Propaganda, defined by Garth Jowett and Victoria O’Donnell: “Propaganda is the deliberate, systematic attempt to shape perceptions, manipulate cognitions, and direct behavior to achieve a response that furthers the desired intent of the propagandist.”
A collectivist utopia is the true underlying goal of the climate-change-adherent-establishment – a type of socialism where visionary elites run the world by taking freedom away from everyone. This ideology is best identified as progressive-fascism.
A consensus-establishment is where a majority of a specific group religiously believe that they are so correct about their position that instead of debating the issue with those who oppose their position, they instead belittle and persecute them (again – a type of progressive-fascism).
A roving village is the self-described term for freeloaders who perpetually benefit from the luxuries of their own propaganda.