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Australian Climate Madness

Monday, May 4, 2009

Indoctrination Alert: Australian Museum launches climate change exhibit

If you're visiting the Australian Museum in Sydney, I would advise you to steer clear of their latest climate change exhibition, entitled "Climate Change: Our Future, Our Choice" - even the title is misleading. We have no choice in it - climate changes, that's what climate does - and a glance at the kind of message the exhibition sends confirms my worst fears:
Developed by climate change experts and scientists [any sceptics among them, I wonder? I very much doubt it - Ed], in conjunction with Perth-based science centre Scitech, this exhibition gives you the rare chance to uncover the truth and consider how the decisions you make today will impact the future. Join us in thinking about the type of world you want for yourself and generations to come - and discover how you can personally make it a reality!

In other words, we need to do something to "save the planet"... and if that's not enough, here are some of the things you can do:
  • Melt the ice caps and see which parts of Sydney flood first.
  • Dance to the beat on a special dance floor and see how much green energy you can generate.
  • Discover what makes up the carbon footprint of a simple hamburger and encounter a 36,000 litre cube showing exactly how much greenhouse gas they are responsible for each day.
Stop, stop - enough. Another supposedly impartial organisation sells out to the politics of climate alarmism, and thousands of our children will be indoctrinated as a result.

Read it here.

UPDATE: Andrew Bolt comments on the sorry tale here.


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