San Jose State University Meteorology decides burning books they don’t agree with is better than reading them

Remember the old days, when our Colleges, Universities & various Institutes of Higher Learning all bragged that they existed to encourage an “open exchange of ideas”?? That they wanted to teach kids HOW to think, not WHAT to think??

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Not any more, they don’t…

Watts Up With That?

From the Fahrenheit 451 department comes this indictment of California’s higher education’s “tolerance” for opposing views. When I first got the tip on this, I thought to myself “nobody can be this stupid to photograph themselves doing this” but, here they are, right from the San Jose State University Meteorology Department web page:

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The caption from the SJSU website reads:

This week we received a deluge of free books from the Heartland Institute {this or this }. The book is entitled “The Mad, Mad, Made World of Climatism”. SHown above, Drs. Bridger and Clements test the flammability of the book.

Maybe they just can’t help themselves, note the pictures on the wall.

Here is a screencap of the website relevant section:

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10 responses to “San Jose State University Meteorology decides burning books they don’t agree with is better than reading them

  1. livinrightinpgh

    Hitler would be SO PROUD of them!

  2. livinrightinpgh

    I wonder how it would be on campus if they burned: “Gay Marriage: Why It Is Good for Gays, Good for Straights, and Good for America by Jonathan Rauch?

  3. It is hard to believe that in the 21st Century that there are still educated people who completely missed the Age of Enlightenment.

    • Quite so, Rick.
      IMHO: Most of the Professors in today’s Universities were more influenced by the Age of Aquarius.

      …which explains quite a lot, honestly…

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