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Tennessee State Rep Thinks Einstein Was A Creationist

Man made climate change deniers and creationists team up (not surprised since they are two peas in a pod) as Tennessee Tea Party legislator state Rep. Frank Nicely argues in favor
of a bill to encourage public schools to "teach the controversy" for
evolution and climate change. He falsely attributes a mangled version of
a 16th-century Francis Bacon quotation to humanist Jew Albert Einstein. Also included is a quote from Thomas Sowell which demonstrates that Sowell is also unable to accept reality. Those of us who aren't ignorant, mentally ill, or do not believe in an imaginary friend/god will get a good laugh as there is a little bit of everything in this video which proves how delusional these paranoid, anti-science, crazy conspiracy theorists really are. It is quite humorous to see how this schizophrenic State Rep. is so proud of his own ignorance.


Added: Apr-14-2012 Occurred On: Apr-14-2012
By: kiddkidd
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Regional News, Religion, Conspiracy
Tags: mentally ill, paranoid, crazy, ignorant, stupid, imaginary friend, conspiracy theorists, laughingstocks, fools, idiots, tea party, wingnuts
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  • FFS, keep religion out of gov't. If you want to spend your time on your knees bowing to a wood carving then go ahead, leave me out of it.

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  • The current generation of old people in politics really needs to just die off.

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  • Whenever I'm feeling down and need a good laugh I think about creationism.

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  • This is the true Alabama spirit spreading across American. Clearly, it has reached and bent Tennessee. When will it get to your town and change you into a paranoid, proudly-ignorant fool like Reprsentative Wingnut here?

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    • @Nepean109

      I bet ya Frank could kick your ass in a game of chess.
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      Frank Niceley, 57, is the Republican Representative-elect for state House District 17.

      He grew up in Knox County and he and his wife Cindie have lived in Jefferson County since graduating from college. He is a farmer and a businessman, a graduate of Jefferson County High School and the University of Tennessee. He served in the legislature from 1988-1992. He serves on the board of the E More..

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  • Two and two is five.

    I hope this idiot is not teaching intelligent design garbage.

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  • Creationists and CAGW deniers are two peas in a pod ?

    You got that one wrong - creationists are far more like believers in catastrophic man-made global warming. Creationists and CAGW believers both pervert science to claim scientific legitimacy and show none of the skepticism that is the trademark of good science.

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    • @Cadae then why are creationists and man made climate change deniers on the same side? it's because they are both laughingstocks in the scientific community. listen, i've PWNED you repeatedly on this site, so why don't you go post with your fellow science deniers on psuedo science websites like wattsupwiththat? you'll be in the company of other nutjobs like yourself and can discuss ridiculous conspiracy theories all you want without others making fun of you.

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    • @kiddkidd
      Kidd - you have it wrong - creationists have much more in common with CAGW believers than with skeptics. CAGW is simply a modern religion, complete with indulgences (carbon credits), evil beings (oil companies) and angels (Gore).

      Consistent with CAGW believers, you're susceptible to religious belief. Suggest you learn to be more skeptical.

      As for 'PWND' - that's an awfully childish phrase, reminiscent of playground taunts.

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    • @Cadae enough. you aren't a skeptic. you are a denier. just like a creationist (who your side is now teaming up with) no amount of evidence will ever be good enough for you. ive seen you cherry pick and deny and ignore and bring up points that were already debunked just like creationists do. i could care less about carbon credits, oil conmpanies and especially al gore. al gore is not a scientist and i care about the science. global warming deniers and evolution deniers are teaming up toget More..

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  • this is exactly why the US is a world leader in stupidity.

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  • theres a video where a group of black men in robes , think that all great men in history were black , Not kidding , will post it , pretty funny shit

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  • What can you do but sigh, roll your eyes, and wipe your face.

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  • I'm surprised that you guys think that any scumbag politician would be a deep thinker. They're all idiots.

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  • wasn't einstein autistic?

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  • yes there are scientists who are creationists.

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  • Remember when it was called global warming? Remember before that, when it was called global cooling? Oh shit, it's not doing anything we predicted. Quick, call it something else and pretend everyone forgot we were full of shit.

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    • @kajidono
      Global cooling was never a scientifically accepted idea. There were a few articles about it, but not much more. Global warming, climate change, or anthropomorphic climate change has hundreds of papers published on the premise of it, and it supported by several large scientific groups, including NASA.

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    • @Lazerhead Yeah, they figured that out after the whole global cooling thing turned out to be a bust. The scientists that claimed that we'd be deep into an ice age by now are the very same ones who were going on about global warming. Except that all the ice caps didn't melt like they said they would. And here we go again: new name, same guys, with hundreds of papers written by those same guys. But hey, keep showering them with money. They'll be right eventually. Maybe in a few hundred thousand ye More..

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    • @kajidono
      There were a handful of scientists who reported about a global cooling. Global warming is almost universally accepted in the scientific community. Global temperature has been going up in recent years. The changes that are expected to happen won't happen in 2 or 3 years, more like 50-100. But the concern is once a certain point is reached it will be very difficult if not impossible to stop it.

      Or scientists just want to commit to a global conspiracy to fool people so that they can buy More..

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    • @Lazerhead Or they want to guarantee funding, make names for themselves, and generally be considered "important" just like all the other goofy ass self absorbed humans on the planet.

      Calling them scientists is an insult to actual scientists. They discard any data that doesn't agree with their theory and they've been caught doing it many times now. Real scientists that gather data with something other than computer projections, which fail so badly that the hurricane prediction supercom More..

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    • @kajidono
      I like your bullshit shotgun approach. Just throw whatever out there and see what sticks. Well I don't really care enough to go through that shit, so ... have fun believing what you want.

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