Harrison Ford recently appeared on the Jimmy Kimmel show, where he continued to push climate pseudoscience.
FOX News reports:
Harrison Ford called Donald Trump a “son of a b—-” on Monday during an appearance on late-night TV where he also accused the president of rejecting science.
Ford appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” Monday to promote his upcoming movie “Call of the Wild.” After showing a clip from the movie, Kimmel held up a poster for the film that featured fake reviews labeling “Call of the Wild” a “perfect call” in various ways.
The quotes were all jokingly attributed to Donald Trump in an effort to mock the president’s go-to line about his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, which launched his impeachment inquiry in the House and subsequent trial in the Senate.
“That’s the first thing that son of a b—- has done for me … ever!” Ford said to thunderous applause and laughs from the crowd.
The Han Solo and Indiana Jones actor also claimed that science is “out the door” in the Trump administration.
“We don’t believe in science anymore,” he joked. “Nobody here believes in science anymore, right?”
Here’s the obnoxious video:
As discussed earlier, Harrison Ford knows precious little about genuine science, and these latest comments confirm it.
“Rejecting science” isn’t actually a thing, given that genuine science is not a religion with rigid unquestionable dogma. Also, neither belief nor denial play any role whatsoever in the Scientific Method, as both are tenets of religious faiths instead. Anyone who uses the terms belief and/or denial in conjunction with science merely advertises their own scientific illiteracy. This is really, really basic stuff.
Originally published here.