"It doesn't matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn't matter how smart you are. If it doesn't agree with experiment, it's wrong." Richard P. Feynman

Friday, December 16, 2011

The Force be with you!


It appears that over 15000 Jedi Knights have registered in a recent Czech census .They should be  conscripted in our on-going battle with the Darkside  and the evil Pachauri and his minions on the IPCC Deathstar.

MORE than 15,000 Czechs follow the faith of the Star Wars movies' Jedi knights, they have told the official census, while half of the country's 10.5 million people declined to list any religion.
"Many people adhered to the moral values of Jedi knights from the Star Wars saga," the Czech Statistical Office said, noting that the invented faith also had a strong following in countries such as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and Britain.
It said 15,070 Czechs registered as Jedi knights in the census held in March, against 1,083,899 Roman Catholics and 707,649 people who said they believed in God but did not belong to any church.
"Fifteen thousand adherents, which is the size of a small town, is not a negligible social phenomenon," Stanislav Drapal, deputy head of the statistical office, said.

6 comments:

  1. War cry of the AGW zealots: "May the farce be with you!".

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  2. Your "Psst! Has anyone got a good conspiracy?
    North Shore News" link leads to some idiot journalist's fluff article which assumes that anyone who questions the AGW religion is a fool and a conspiracy believer.

    CCS is above that level.

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  3. For anyone with a spare hour who's made the same observation as me, that the whole AGW movement has nothing to do with science and is in fact a dangerous fanatical new religion, the article "Global Warming as Religion and not Science" by John Bignell makes very interesting reading. It's at http://tinyurl.com/3cohag

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  4. The Google-generated Climate News column to the right is displaying nearly 100% anti-science pro-AGW religion news articles. When Baron gets a few spare moments away from his Christmas shopping, perhaps he'll get a chance to choose more appropriate key words for Google to search for?

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  5. Thx Anonymous - I've changed it.

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  6. Excellent Baron - now all the stories are about the scam which the fanatical AGW religion really is. :)

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