The NYT finds a rare opportunity to ally itself with the Pope

The usual secular materialist swill that belches from the NYT has now been altered to give time to praise of the Pope’s leftist lean on enviro issues–or what they assume will be in the new encyclical.

Joe Bast comments. Marc Morano is quoted, from the Heartland group that went to Rome to object.

This stance has rankled some conservative Catholics, as well as climate change skeptics, who have suggested that Francis is being misled by scientists and that he could veer into contentious subjects like population control. Others have argued that papal infallibility does not apply to matters of science. In April, a group of self-described climate skeptics, led by the Heartland Institute, a libertarian group, came to Rome to protest.

“The Vatican and the pope should be arguing that fossil fuels are the moral choice for the developing world,” said Marc Morano, who runs the website Climate Depot and once worked as an aide to Senator James M. Inhofe, an Oklahoma Republican and climate change skeptic.

I suppose this small mention in an article that quotes a half-dozen others falling all over themselves congratulating the pope and dismissing skeptics is better than a sharp stick in the eye… but just barely.



3 responses to “The NYT finds a rare opportunity to ally itself with the Pope

  1. The scientific fact is that a fountain of energy in the center of the Solar System

    1. Made the chemical elements

    2. Birthed the solar system five billion years (5 Ga) ago

    3. Sustained the origin and evolution of life on Earth after 3.5 Ga ago

    4. Still controls every atom, life and planet in the solar system today, and

    5. Cannot be hidden from the public by combined forces of the Catholic Church, the United Nations and the national academies of science (NAS) united into a giant, worldwide Orwellian Ministry of Consensus Scientific (UN)Truths.”

  2. The fountain of energy in the core of the Sun exists on a miniature scale in the cores of all atoms heavier that 150 amu (atomic mass units) and destroyed Hiroshima and Nagasaki in AUG 1945.

    My research mentor, the late Dr. Paul Kazuo Kuroda, risked his life by taking personal possession of Japan’s atomic bomb design for fifty-seven years,

    to block frightened world leaders use of sinister and dishonest “consensus science” to rRULE the world and ENSLAVE the public after WWII:

    The US National Academy of Science, the Pontifical Academy of Sciences in Rome, the Royal National Academy of Sciences in Sweden, etc. all confirm their continuing dishonesty by refusing to openly address or debate precise experimental evidence that show

    “The Sun’s pulsar core made our elements, birthed the solar system, and sustains every atom, life and world in the solar system today!

  3. Perhaps we shouldn’t always assume the pope is a wild-eyed radical socialist/communist: an excellent article from American Thinker. BTW, I’m not a Catholic defending the pope, I’m an individual who is interested in finding where the truth lies, which is what I have always assumed Junk Science is all about: ou

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