Pocahontas Confuses Science And God While Accusing Trump Of Confusing Climate And Weather

The experimental scientist Rupert Sheldrake has described a condition called “science-ism,” or belief that science already understands the complete nature of the Universe and must only now scribble-in the details.

It is, by any stretch of the imagination, a faith-belief. The condition is characterized by people who say, “I don’t believe in God, I believe in science.”

Enter Elizabeth Warren, who has shot back at Trump’s tweet from Thursday in which the President implied that the super cold-wave engulfing much of the United States means that pulling out of the Paris Accord didn’t make the world suddenly get hotter.

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Warren’s snobbish reply is full of “science-ism.” Take a gander:

“Pocahontas” immediately felt the backlash:

Ouch, 2x.

Trump’s light-hearted tweet that caused all the fuss:

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