Ideological conformity is a given in the Obama Administration, including when it comes to the political construct to be passed off as “scientific reality”:
In an agency-wide address to employees Aug. 1, (Interior Secretary Sally) Jewell took the unusual step of suggesting that no one working for her should challenge the idea that human activity is driving recent warming. “I hope there are no climate-change deniers in the Department of Interior,” she said.
The Washington Examiner wonders,
What would happen to somebody at the department who raised some skepticism regarding Jewell’s take on climate change? Would they be in danger of losing their job?
For example, what if that person posted a news article pointing out that the global temperatures have been flat for the last two decades?
Likewise, what would happen were someone to acknowledge recent revelations that ballyhooed melting of Greenland ice has been caused by heat resonated from the core of the allegedly oppressed earth itself?
The answer: Even government bureaucrats can be fired, if they undermine an important lie.
Science and ideologically motivated coercion (i.e., government) must be kept as far apart as possible. Otherwise the latter corrupts the former, producing Lysenkoism — which is manifested in our country as the Great Global Warming Hoax.
On tips from G. Fox and Apostle53.