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School Children Targeted With Anti-Science Propaganda

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Remember children, the more you know. College youngsters are now being targeted with #AlternateFacts on climate change. Held by NerdAlert's Kim Horcher. See a lot more TYT Facebook originals at

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  1. Posted by Ms Martin, at Reply

    I had an 80 year old oceanography Professor last semester that made the class solely about disproving global warming. It was really difficult because you want to point out specifics but everybody knew it would be a losing battle, and it was apparent he just wanted to argue; ultimately we all just kept quite and prayed we would get out early. Lol.

    • Posted by Madam President, at Reply

      +Andrew Wells We know that you serve Col Michael Aquino.

    • Posted by Andrew Wells, at Reply

      *Madam President* Whose that?

  2. Posted by Angel Rojo, at Reply

    Logic and Science are kyrptonite to Right-wingers.

    • Posted by Ameri Wryter, at Reply

      Angel Rojo Preach

    • Posted by takethegate, at Reply

      Both and being liberal gets you in the game as a dater on Tinder.

  3. Posted by ramram, at Reply

    Republican party aka the American Taliban

    • Posted by Amerimechcan Guy-Engineering, at Reply

      ramram communism are

    • Posted by Panzafat, at Reply

      Amerimechcan Guy-Engineering…Communism is, or Communists are…you are welcome!

  4. Posted by Jeri Kourkoumelis, at Reply

    Kim hits it out of the park! Is there anyone with TYT who isn’t completely awesome? The irony is that the Model T also came in ethanol and it was John D Rockefeller who helped finance the prohibition movement because alcohol was competition to oil. Pay to play corruption won the day.

    • Posted by Dan Smith, at Reply

      Ethanol engines have been around since the early 19th century.

  5. Posted by Papa Grab, at Reply

    Yes and the denial of biology is also anti science. There are two genders. That’s science.

    • Posted by Really . . ., at Reply

      Gender is a social thing. Sex is a biological thing. There are two sexes.

    • Posted by Rockyblack smith, at Reply

      Sean Armstrong
      Both gender and sex are biological.
      Otherwise you would be abled to switch genders as you please.
      And it wouldn’t be morally objectionable for society to expect you to assume a certain gender,
      just like there is nothing morally objectionable in a society insisting on a dresscode.

      Gender is the term describing the behavioural patterns that usually translate one’s sex into a part of one’s identity.
      But since gender and sex aren’t the same, those patterns can deviate from one’s sex.

  6. Posted by Alex, at Reply

    What baffles me is that even if one would concede the point that humans’ direct contribution is of second order to other, natural causes (which it is not), why wouldn’t we still be motivated to protect the environment? The argument against environment friendly measures is akin to “nu-uh, not my fault, not my problem!” – which is very childish. It’s like someone finding a lost child, looking for its parents, asking for your help, but then you refuse to help because “not my child, not my problem” (could give more hyperbolic analogies, but I hope you get the gist). However, all of this shouldn’t even be relevant, because human activity is quite obviously contributing to (malignant) climate change. To deny this is to deny middle school level chemistry and physics. If a policy-maker truly has an argument against some basic known principles of natural sciences, please, speak up (some do, though, but not very convincingly (to say the least!)).

    • Posted by Leo, at Reply

      Alex alot of republicans lack critical thinking and empathy

    • Posted by krono fogden, at Reply

      Alex hurray, yes, well said!

    • Posted by Jim Bob, at Reply

      Repugs, feel empathy is a disorder.

  7. Posted by Mike, at Reply

    Scientists DO disagree on climate change.

    • Posted by Zucchina, at Reply

      Mike nope

    • Posted by Mike, at Reply

      @Zucchina – This was a really insightful comment. Thank you for that. It really changed my mind. LOL.

    • Posted by j r, at Reply

      OK Mike, smart arse pointless reply to Zuccina – so what’s your clever informed reply to my comment or to Nickel & Julio? Come on, say something intelligent that could change my opinion & agree with you

  8. Posted by Nickel Pickler, at Reply

    So many anti-sceince morons and climate change deniers to block…so little time.

    • Posted by ThreeFingerG, at Reply

      Ayn Rand would refer to this as one of the pseudo-intellectuals “blank outs”.

    • Posted by Dragon1717, at Reply

      Says the anti-science natural climate cycle science denier. Yeah. Two can play at this game.

    • Posted by Nickel Pickler, at Reply

      @ThreeFingerG, Rand talks about the capacity of knowing, and therefore not wanting to know, and therefore evasion through Blank-out. This is not that. This knowledge is known, discreet and determined, to state otherwise is the actual form of Blank-out that you are referring to, it is the utter refusal to accept what is. Denying climate change is pseudo-intellectual blank-out. Blocking these people is a way of walling off people with unproductive, and ignorant opinions that add nothing to the discourse. They are intellectual children confronted with a narrative that frightens them and therefore actively choose to espouse denialist propaganda to refute a relatively objective truth to fit their own world view.

    • Posted by Nickel Pickler, at Reply

      @Dragon1717, what kind of nonsense gibberish did you just utter?

  9. Posted by Maggie Flynn-Fleet, at Reply

    97% of scientists worldwide agree that climate change is real, it’s happening, and it’s caused by humans. I’ll choose to believe the 3% of scientists who don’t agree with that consensus. If there were only a 97% chance of rain this afternoon, I’d choose to go to the lake, bbq & swim – because I agree with 3%. Why? Because I choose to be stupid, and/or in serious denial.

    • Posted by Dragon1717, at Reply

      Do yourself a favor and look up the 97% myth…

    • Posted by Eduardo García Rodríguez, at Reply

      i only saw conspiracy videos and pages without any kind of credibility by looking up the 97% myth…

  10. Posted by Alton Benny, at Reply

    global warming/climate change deniers …hope You all get skin cancer, have to drink dirty water, while gasping for (polluted) air in the hot blazing sun

    • Posted by X-Files A, at Reply

      Alton Benny Wake up! Jesus loves you! Jesus Christ is the truth, the way, and the life! Get a king james bible and believe. Read John chapter 1,3,6,20. Read Romans chapter 5,8,10,12.
      Believe in Jesus Christ and you shall have everlasting life! Jesus loves you!

    • Posted by Alton Benny, at Reply

      man i love the Lord & Savior too! but science are the facts we must abide by

  11. Posted by Charles O'Kelly, at Reply

    I love how Trump supporters with no education think they are smarter than scientists. You guys are so primitive, you still thing that skin tone makes a difference to a person’s worth. I think I’ll go with the scientists…

    • Posted by IwillGetRevenge, at Reply

      Charles O’Kelly indeed

  12. Posted by Aaron Wantuck, at Reply

    One of the reasons I listen to the Young Turks is the fact that in EVERY thing they report they usually follow it up with, “Please fact check us on all of this” or something to that effect. I never hear Brienbart, Fox News, or Alex Jones say those words. It is like they want to be accurate or something and encourage critical thinking.

  13. Posted by Miguel Cruz, at Reply

    Idk why they’re targeting school children this propaganda works just fine on grown adults

    • Posted by IwillGetRevenge, at Reply

      Miguel Cruz it would work more on adults because they are not in school learning the bad things of climate change

  14. Posted by Marc B, at Reply

    American Rightwingers = Stupid Religious Theology.

    • Posted by Rockyblack smith, at Reply

      Marc B
      You have to have a huge preexisting bias to use theology as an argument against climate change.
      As well as a lack of knownledge about the bible.
      That’s a lack of education combined with propaganda you’re talking about. Would work just fine without religion too.

  15. Posted by Chunk Oooger, at Reply

    liberals prefer to target school children with gay pornography for some creepy reason

    • Posted by kenxzero, at Reply

      Chunk Oooger Yes, please show us your FACTS. Where o where did my gay school porn go.

    • Posted by Angry Misanthropist Freak, at Reply

      I’m with everyone else on this comment. Show us this gay porn for children. This is something I need to see.

    • Posted by Chunk Oooger, at Reply

      gay child pornography seems to be very popular with TYT fanbois, you’re all asking to see it

    • Posted by Metalheaded WarGrowlmon, at Reply

      Projection at its finest. The only people that have forced kids to watch gay porn are the people who run those conversion therapy camps. Guess what? Conversion therapy is heavily supported by conservatives.

    • Posted by Hal Jordan, at Reply

      Chunk Oooger
      The only person talking about gay porn is you, which says a lot about you.

  16. Posted by Daniel the Spaniel, at Reply

    Different opinions aren’t tolerated

    • Posted by Without Memeing, at Reply

      Jason R To my knowledge, there haven’t been any objective scientific journals or individual research papers concluding with anything other than man made climate change. The other contrary idead have mostly been from right wing politicians, heavily biased and paid off scientists, and big businessmen in the fossil fuels industry.

    • Posted by Jason R, at Reply

      Without Memeing
      Okay, so who is right when it comes to gravitational theory, Newton or Einstein? Apparently since its a “law” we know for a fact all the specific mechanics of it so either Newton or Einstein is a moron science denier since they hold differing theories, right?
      So in regards to climate change, I don’t deny that it exists, like gravity, I only have a differing opinion on how and why it is occurring. Climate has been changing for 4.5 billion years which I will accept as fact.

    • Posted by Melissa H, at Reply

      Scientists knew, and stated so, in the 50s that carbon emissions were causing the natural warming of the earth to accelerate.  This acceleration has been increasing since that time.  If you don’t think the millions of tons of carbon we’ve put into the air has an effect on the warming of our planet, then you don’t understand how climate works, as you claim you do.  We are saying that we need to stop using fossil fuels , a limited resource anyway, and start using the renewable resources that we have in abundance.  Climate change aside, wouldn’t you rather breath clean air?

  17. Posted by elsa Grace, at Reply

    It doesn’t matter if global warming is a thing or not! Taking care of our air and planet should be a main goal weather warming or not! Trump is a jackass but so is anyone engaged in the argument if weather or not global warming is happening. It doesn’t need to be happening for us to do the best for our environment.

    • Posted by Nick Stark, at Reply

      elsa Grace Agreed. Temperature increased are just one point on a long list of horrors we may be doomed to face in the coming future.

    • Posted by Heman 2000, at Reply

      elsa Grace On your point I do agree, and it’s kind of funny for me since I have a friend whom loves nature in games such as WOW and is always being about nature, yet she openly denies human made climate change and is a Trump supporter.

  18. Posted by thescopedogable, at Reply

    I still not sure about climate change on the one hand you have the entire scientific community and on the other uneducated rednecks who am I to believe?

    • Posted by Jimminy Cricket, at Reply

      thescopedogable Science isn’t validated by consensus. It takes one person to be correct.

    • Posted by modo, at Reply

      Jimminy Cricket The scientific community is correct and validated through science. The fact that they also have a consensus doesn’t hurt.

  19. Posted by verafingertips von Weltin, at Reply

    Picture this: pulling out of the Paris Accord (which is NON-binding!) put the USA in the same category as Syria. Nicaragua did not sign because they didn’t find it strong enough. ALL other countries signed!

    Of scientists, 97% (!) agree that climate change is mostly man-made.

    The rest of the world is laughing at the US. Now, they do everything to keep their kids stupid.

    • Posted by bo johnson, at Reply

      I’m an American, not a Trump supporter but I disagree with some of your points.

      The Paris Agreement was making the US pay billions of dollars to countries, even though we aren’t the top polluters. It was a waste of money and is barely doing anything.

      Now having said that, yes Trump and the others who don’t believe in climate change are dumb. Trump is breaking regulations which end up destroying our environment. Hopefully he will be out in 4 years or less.

      But thankfully many states and cities in the north are taking actions to move to cleaner energy. The reason southern states aren’t is because they are Republican and feel the need to support everything Trump says.

      Lastly, the rest of the world shouldn’t be laughing at us. We are a fairly new country and are still learning. Instead of sending hateful comments to Americans you could research many more important issues. Like the war in Syria, Islamic Terrorists, Overpopulation, Starvation in Africa, Indian sex slaves, Slaves in Africa. Although climate change is an important issue you may want to look into it and see if your country is doing something. Are they just talking non-sense or are they actually following through with their actions? If you don’t want to do that focus on other issues that adults and children all over the world face everyday. Some of these have become less important as foreigners seem to focus more on Americans then others.

      Anyways, have a great day!

    • Posted by dimoned123, at Reply

      bo johnson if I remember correctly it was Arnold Schwarzenegger, a Republican and ex-governor of California, Who put in to effect California’s environmental protection plan? So not all Republican who take over as governor are like that, just the ones currently in charge.

    • Posted by verafingertips von Weltin, at Reply

      First, every country in the Paris Accord commits to their own goals. No country is bound to pay other countries. It is called “nationally determined contributions”.
      Furthermore, counted per capita (person) the US is still one of the biggest polluters. By the way, I am German and Germany started in the 70’s to clean up the environment and is now one of the leaders in preventing further warming of the planet.

      Second, I lived in North America for 5 years and encountered directly the ignorance and arrogance of many of the citizens. Ignorance alone is not terrible because nobody can know everything, but paired with the arrogance of ‘we are the greatest country’ prevents learning.

      The future belongs to the children and US children get a bad start with this anti-science material or creationism.

    • Posted by bo johnson, at Reply

      dimoned123 Yes I agree. I think Republicans used to be fine but during and after this election both sides have many who have turned crazy.

    • Posted by bo johnson, at Reply

      verafingertips von Weltin
      It looks like I read the wrong information then. I do think that we were just wasting a lot of money during that though because there were barely any improvements. I think one of the reasons the US is a big polluter is because we have a lot of businesses, just like china. So it’s not all the people, it’s the rich.

      Where in the US did you live? I do agree there are some areas that are not as educated but overall we aren’t like that. Not once have I ever though that the US was the best country.

      Lastly, this anti-science teaching is not national. Sure it might be regional but overall today’s kids are educated. You have to look past all the stereotypes you were taught as a kid and stop judging Americans.