Tuesday, April 29, 2008

Skeptical of "Objective" Science

It seems that the philosophical bias shown in the Ben Stein’s “Expelled” is creeping over into climatology. William Gray, the pioneer of “the science of seasonal hurricane forecasting and teaching 70 graduate students who now populate the National Hurricane Center and other research outposts”, could be “expelled” for not drinking the global warming kool-aid.

Of course, the college denies that this is the reason.

CSU officials insist that is not the case.

The dean of the College of Engineering, which oversees atmospheric sciences, said she spoke with Gray about terminating media support for his forecasts solely because of the strain it placed on the college's sole media staffer.

"It really has nothing to do with his stand on global warming," said the dean, Sandra Woods. "He's a great faculty member. He's an institution at CSU."

We’ll let the reader decide as this story develops.


  1. The movie, "EXPELLED" is really an indictment about the politically correct movement in this country and is about many issues. The keepers of these standards are liberals at American universities and they are taught by the main stream media. Once the (magic word) "consensus" is formed with these elites, then the case is closed and no dissent is allowed or considered.

    That is why conservatives like Ann Coulter get shouted down at universities and Ward Churchill gets a standing ovation. Freedom of speech is not allowed when it is not PC and is championed when it is PC.