90 Miles From Tyranny : Retired NASA Scientists Take on Pope

Monday, June 8, 2015

Retired NASA Scientists Take on Pope

With the papal encyclical on climate change scheduled for a June 18 release, the liberal media can be expected to portray the Vatican document as a major step forward for the United Nations agenda of controlling and taxing the use of natural resources by governments and people. But a group of retired NASA scientists is taking on the pope directly, armed with the expertise that has come through decades of planning U.S. space missions and dealing with the most complex and difficult issues of climate science.

Their verdict: the pope is risking his moral status and his credibility.

In fact, this group is directly warning Pope Francis that if he embraces the climate agenda of the United Nations, he will be violating both scientific principles and the religious values he embodies that are supposed to be reflected in direct aid for the poor people of the earth.

But the pope is apparently counting on his status as “the most popular person on the Earth,” in the words of Dan Misleh, executive director of the Catholic Climate Covenant organization, to make the “moral” case that we live on “an abundant yet finite planet,” and that global limits to industrial growth have to be imposed on a worldwide basis.

The battle, now taking shape, will likely help determine whether U.S. sovereignty will be sacrificed in order to...

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  1. Climate change policy is all about transfering billions of dollars from the USA into the pockets of poor countries (and not so poor aristocrats all around the world). Of course the Social Justice wing of the Vatican will do anything needed to see it prosper. So they sell a few indulgences? Who hasn't?

  2. One of the reasons I left the Catholic Church decades ago is because of the nonsense that the popes have spewed over the centuries. Some of these guys were insane. Vicar of the Son of God indeed. The Council of Trent (1563) puts the self serving mutterings of a pope at the same level of inspiration as holy Scripture.


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