The Green: It Must Be Served

Posted on March 27, 2014 8:00 pm

A professor with the Rochester Institute of Technology has called for the incarceration of climate change “deniers”.

Incarceration? Huh… I would’ve guessed he’d want them sentenced to hand-crank wind turbines on still days.

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6 Responses to “The Green: It Must Be Served”

  1. Jimmy says:

    I would’ve guessed he’d want “incineration.” That would actually create less CO2 than a life of incarceration or hand-cranking wind turbines.

  2. walruskkkch says:

    Doesn’t “Hand Cranking” your “Wind turbine” create excess heat as well?

  3. Rockin' John says:

    Now, I’m freaking torn!

    I live in Upstate NY. My son is a senior and has been accepted to 3 schools for Mechanical Engineering: RIT (where this twit teaches), University of Buffalo (the school that gave this tool his Ph.D), and Florida Tech.

    Do I encourage him to continue looking at RIT and UB (but stay FAR away from the Philosophy departments), or do I tell him to say, “F#%* it!” and head for Florida?

  4. Rayfan87 says:

    @3 As a Suburban Rochestarian who lives in the same town as RIT, my advise is to encourage him to GTFO of NY while he can. Don’t get me wrong, RIT/NTID is a great school, but this state is going down and fast.

  5. NO_MO_BAMA says:

    Adding that “science misinformation” surrounding climate change should be considered a crime, Torcello asks readers to “Consider cases in which science communication is intentionally undermined MADE UP for political and financial gain.

    Funny how they always complain the loudest when it’s they who are doing the ‘crime’ in question.

  6. Rockin' John says:

    Hey, Rayfan. I work in the same town, but live 2 exits down the NYS Thruway. I’m also an RIT Alum. Small world.

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