Professor wants global warming deniers to be imprisoned

You know in reading this post I have to say that Everyone has their own opinion about what is going on in the world today. By what is in this post we should put everyone in prison because of their beliefs. This is what the world is coming too because people are too involved and think that their opinion is the only one that matters. It is our right to speak what we feel is right however, imprisoning people because they do not believe in Global Warming is just crazy. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, and they have the right to say what they wish.

Fellowship of the Minds

Lawrence Torcello

Lawrence Torcello is an assistant professor of philosophy at the Rochester Institute of Technology.

Note that his academic specialty is Philosophy, not Science.

In an opinion essay of March 13, 2014, for the UK newsletter The Conversation, Torcello proclaims that those who deny the “science” of climate change man-made global warming should be criminally prosecuted who, when found guilty, will be imprisoned.

Torcello begins with an earthquake that rocked L’Aquila, Italy in 2009, which killed more than 300 people and left nearly 66,000 people homeless. Six Italian scientists were sentenced to 6 years in prison for not communicating the risks of the impending earthquake.

Torcello then opines that just as the Italian scientists were jailed for not adequately informing the public of the L’Aquila earthquake:

“this is just what is happening with the current, well documented funding of global warming denialism.

More deaths can already be attributed to climate change than…

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