Mark Boslough calls for ClimateStrike to block Michael Horn on Twitter
Every now and then, people who get a glimpse of the truth and come down on the right side of a topic go off the rails, mistakenly think of themselves as “experts” and proceed to try to stifle vastly more accurate and reliable information.
Case in point, for some time I’d sent presumed environmentalist Mark Boslough information from Billy Meier pertaining to the real nature of what has now deteriorated from climate change to climate destruction, without any response. Meier began publishing the warnings in 1951, long before Boslough was born.
Then I posted a link to Meier’s recent, rather dire environmental information from the 721st Contact, where the harsh and truthful realities are plainly stated. Apparently it finally got Boslough’s attention:
It’s doubtful Boslough got past the title, which mentioned the darling of the now fashionable environmental movement, Greta Thunberg, but presumed that I was not only a pseudoscientist but also a “CreepyDenier”, dirty old man picking on “young (presumably only female) climate policy activists”. And, in true liberal fashion, he was calling out to climate brawlers and strikers to block, i.e. censor, me.
Of course I took the opportunity to respond:
I found it ironic that a guy, who was just a teenager when I started being actively involved in environmental issues, 50 years ago, would himself be a knee-jerk denier, in fact a…contact denier. It’s equally troubling that as someone professing concern about asteroids and global catastrophes, Boslough would let his skeptical prejudices prevent him from also learning about the real dangers posed by asteroid Apophis, aka the Red Meteor.
I mention his skepticism because Boslough’s bio includes, “Physicist, skeptic, speaker, and writer. Fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry. Climate science communicator. Chair of @AsteroidDay Expert Panel”, the italicized emphasis being mine. It’s hardly a boost to one’s credibility to be associated with the failed skeptics at CSI, or the party clowns at Asteroid Day.
As many already know, years ago I posted Meier’s warnings about asteroid Apophis in a comic book format – translated into six languages – making it easy enough for even scientists to understand.
The Climate Con
There are well-meaning people who support various “climate this and climate that” organizations, although these groups are actually powerless to do anything meaningful and effective about the situation. They may not even know it but that doesn’t stop them from effectively conning people into thinking that feel-good, hand-wringing gestures, environmental conferences, marches, strikes, taxes, levees, fees and carbon credits, etc. -and clicking on the DONATE button – are anything but pitifully self-indulgent and profit-oriented exercises.
The inescapable fact is that no amount of money per se is going to forestall, let alone actually positively alter, the now completely unstoppable manifestations of manmade, unnatural climate destruction. As they have implored us for many decades, Meier and the Plejaren, as well as other insightful people on earth, the only way to forestall utter environmental, planetary, societal collapse is a temporary, humane halt to our bunny-mimicking overbreeding.
This is, of course, denied mainly because it’s never really thought through, with the limitless “go forth and multiply” entreaty looming large, even in the subconscious of those who aren’t religious.
How thoughtless and irresponsible to keep bringing new people into the world who, through no fault of their own, will be both the further cause and the victims of the climate destruction.
Failing the Young
Nonetheless, and criticisms of Greta Thunberg aside, there is a growing awareness among young people that they’ve inherited a huge mess. But naively and understandably, in this age of trendy hype and online “movements”, they don’t yet know they can’t at this point significantly, positively alter the situation, no matter how much marching and protesting they do.
Ironically, they are miserably failed by the the know-it-alls like Mark Boslough, who won’t look through that proverbial telescope, learn from those who are far more advanced – and actually concerned about our future survival – than we are, and share the wisdom with the young, who will so desperately need it.
Instead, in true book-burner fashion, Boslough wants to rally the climate faithful to block and ban the information.