Dimwit Celebrities Exhibit Lack of Science Knowledge
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There's a good reason that many refer to the self-proclaimed scientist-cum-actors and other public figures as Celebretards! Those dopes latch onto a politically correct cause and simply regurgitate the same garbage that their idiotic peers are spewing. Remember Ted Danson's famous prediction back in the late 1980s that the world's oceans would be dead in ten years? How about Meryl Streep's weeping rant before Congress claiming that Alar on apples was killing our children? It helps them to justify the extremely wasteful and excessive lives that they personally lead. The examples could fill volumes. I just thought of two more: John Travolta, who lectures on global warming while owning and piloting multiple jets, and Al Gore, who's usually-empty Tennessee mansion consumes the electricity equivalent to 20 typical homes. "In total, Gore paid nearly $30,000 in combined electricity and natural gas bills for his Nashville estate in 2006."
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