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Bill Maher: GMO and Vax Skepticism Are OK, But Not Climate Change Skepticism

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http://www.breitbart.com/video/2015/02/06/maher-gmo-and-vax-skepticism-are-ok-but-not-climate-change-skepticism/

“The analogy that I see all the time is that if you ask any questions [about vaccines], you are the same thing as a global warming denier. I think this is a very bad analogy, because I don’t think all science is alike. I think climate science is rather straightforward because you’re dealing with the earth, it’s a rock…climate scientists, from the very beginning, have pretty much said the same thing, and their predictions have pretty much come true. It’s atmospherics, and it’s geology, and chemistry. That’s not true of the medical industry. I mean, they’ve had to retract a million things because the human body is infinitely more mysterious” he stated.

Weekly Standard Senior Writer John McCormack then pointed out that there are legitimate scientists, such as Dr. Richard Lindzen, who are skeptical of man-made climate change theories, but that there were no serious vaccine-skeptic professors, to which Maher rebutted “the ones who are skeptics [on climate change], usually are paid off by the oil industry.” Maher then complained about “this era we live in, where we can’t ask any questions.” He argued that while vaccines were safe and effective, it was possible that they could be “too much of a good thing” in a similar manner to the overuse of antibiotics.

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