Off-topic: Sheldon, Leonard, and Penny have tripled their income to $1 million per TBBT episode. Wow but probably deserved.Climatedepot.com has picked a story of the day, an article in the Guardian
Numerous PR companies, including the world's largest independently-owned P.R. company called Edelman (in the U.S.), indicated that they're fine with helping clients who are climate realists.
At any rate, I think that
- we have been drowning in the ocean of climate alarmist lies whose significant portion was produced or managed by P.R. firms
- it seems that this expensive attempt to brainwash the public isn't really working.
Equally seriously, these companies are full of – often young and naive – people who actually believe the alarmist junk that they help to spread. Various people without education or rudimentary understanding of science. People – and yes, with an overrepresentation of women – who don't seem to care about the validity of the content and the quality control but who spend a lot of time how to convey a message so that someone will sleep with you and that will influence the message.
That's nice but it isn't really helpful to the jerks who want to spread the climate hysteria. More importantly, it's explicitly harmful to the economy, the human civilization, and even its ethical foundations such as the independence of science, the impartial evaluation of the facts, and the freedom of speech.
Many of the P.R. companies are doing some work whose usefulness for anyone isn't really being verified. They work as charities; the employees are recipient of the donations. I believe that the message is often being invented by the P.R. employees themselves – who are either uneducated or trained in humanities (which is almost the same thing when it comes to understanding of the climate) – and they are being paid so much money that they don't need to care whether they're hired sufficiently often to make living or whether their approach to the work is working.
The people who have a vested interest in the survival (or revival) of the climate hysteria seem to unambiguously believe Joseph Goebbels' propositions about the need to repeat lies in order to turn them into the truth. But is this strategy really working? I think that the surveys indicate that it is not working. Climate alarmists are wasting lots of money by paying for these useless (for them) and often counterproductive (even for them) campaigns.
Unfortunately, they still have lots of money left so the public will have to drown in this cesspool of alarmist excrements covered by a thick layer of P.R. deodorants for a few more years. But isn't it time for everyone to notice that despite the thick layer of P.R. deodorants, a huge fraction – and perhaps a majority – of the civilized world is simply not buying or devouring this šit?