The Age quotes Einstein in two greenie articles
The Age, in a typically nauseating green diatribe, ends its article with:
As Albert Einstein said: "No problem can be solved from the same consciousness that created it. We must learn to see the world anew."
As if that justifies the rubbish that has gone before. And it isn't the first time either. In a similar climate alarmist article only last week entitled "We're never going to survive unless we get a little bit crazy" (see here), Catherine Deveny again quotes Einstein:
According to Albert Einstein, imagination is more important than knowledge.
The fact is that Einstein, if he were alive today, would be horrified by the politicisation of science that has taken place in the field of climate research. He knew well that if the experimental evidence did not fit with the predictions of a theory, then the theory was flawed. This does not seem to apply to climate research, where no matter what contradictory evidence is put forward against the theory of anthropogenic global warming, the alarmists manage to somehow keep it afloat, by hook or by crook.
Climate alarmists should not even be mentioned in the same breath as a truly great scientist such as Einstein, let alone use his quotes to support their tawdry agenda.
Read it here.