One time when I was in college (you are impressed) I was walking with a friend who I had known for three years, and somehow the topic of global warming came up. And he started talking about how he didn’t believe in it and was reading a book about how it was all BS. And it was the weirdest thing? Because I guess he always dressed like someone who probably didn’t believe in global warming, particularly the human influence on global warming, but also he was a jazz bassist so I figured he thought the same kind of normal things that the rest of the people I knew thought. But nope! I didn’t really know how to react so I just kind of pretended like I didn’t have an opinion either way. Oh well. Did not save a mind that day. 13 to 17-year-old punk Kelly is very disappointed, I’m sure.
Luckily Bill Nye is not like me in that scenario (all other scenarios TBD).
Hahah. GOTCHA BILL NYE. “It’s not like we’re up on the moon using hairspray and driving MOON cars. And yet.” Great point, Jon Scott. The roof is blown off of the climate change conspiracy and it is all thanks to you and your thoughtful questioning. Ten points for gryffinduh. (Via The Uniblog.)