Cancun COP16 attendees fall for the old “dihydrogen monoxide” petition as well as ...


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Cancun COP16 attendees fall for the old “dihydrogen monoxide” petition as well as signing up to cripple the U.S. Economy
Posted on December 8, 2010 by Anthony Watts
Watts Up With That blog

Oh dear, some of these folks aren’t the brightest CFL’s in the room.

Readers may remember this famous Penn and Teller video from 2006 where they get well meaning (but non thinking) people to sign up to ban “dihydrogen monoxide” (DHMO), which is an “evil” chemical found in our lakes, rivers, oceans, and even our food!
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Yeah, they signed up to ban water. Now watch the video from the Cancun climate conference, you’d think some of these folks would have enough science background (from their work in complex climate issues) to realize what they are signing, but sadly, no.

What freaking sheeple!


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:Thud::coffee_spray:


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Funny that the “brightest” and “most informed” among us keep falling for the same old tricks. Though their history of forgetting or completely ignoring past failures speaks volumes.