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LINK Survey: 'Highly religious Americans' are the biggest climate deniers

(Religious people seem to be under the delusion that Jesus will come and save the world. Or, they want the world to change because they think it will force god's hand to bring on the rapture. Either way, it is a danger to the survival of the human race.)

When it comes to climate change, highly religious Americans are the least concerned about the existential threat facing all of us.

That’s one of the major takeaways from a new survey out today from the Pew Research Center. It acknowledges that religious Americans believe they have a sacred duty to care for the Earth (since they believe God gave it to us), but that duty doesn’t always extend to acknowledging the reality of, much less taking action to prevent, climate change… which is especially problematic given that 90% of U.S. counties have experienced a major climate disaster over the past decade.

Climate change is affecting us whether we accept it or not. But that fact hasn’t penetrated the bubble of the most pious people in the nation. ...

snytiger6 9 Nov 17

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  1. Gawd can magically fix it all, we just gotta pray harder.
  2. Going up to The Rapture, so who gives a rat's ass?

That's just the xtions. Elsewhere, other religions have their own nay sayers for their own religious reasons.

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