Chelsea Clinton is concerned that there might be some teachers who won’t automatically be pushing man-made climate change propaganda and might be exposed to other opinions on the issue:
— Chelsea Clinton (@ChelseaClinton) April 27, 2017
Doubt is such an unscientific concept. https://t.co/BLzmBX6PBw
— Cuffy (@CuffyMeh) April 27, 2017
Right!? At least the goal is crystal clear:
"Science teachers, what can we do to convince you to teach socialist propaganda as science?" https://t.co/jSo04FxaL4
— Slovydal (@Slovydal) April 27, 2017
Because “science,” or something.
@ChelseaClinton Ah, so skepticism and doubt are now unscientific.
You and your teachers should be embarrassed
— (((Physics Geek))) (@physicsgeek) April 27, 2017
Science at its very core sows doubt.
Quit trying to close the case on something we don't fully understand. https://t.co/CMay8BKfdQ
— Sarah (@sarahrstevenson) April 27, 2017
I've been assured she's very bright, and her clear understanding of how science works is reinforcing my belief. https://t.co/WLgGdSCGjT
— (((≠))) (@ThomasHCrown) April 27, 2017
How about teaching the scientific method and to think for themselves instead of deferring to appeals to authority? https://t.co/aAj8VpNLlZ
— Jon Runoff (@dustopian) April 27, 2017
— Max (@maxnrgmax) April 27, 2017
— Chelsea's Resumé (@EF517_V2) April 27, 2017
Ha! Somehow that is considered “science.” Go figure.