Italian Court Jails Scientists for Failure to Predict Earthquake
October 23, 2012 § Leave a Comment
Rarely since a Catholic inquisition in Rome condemned Galileo Galilei to spend the remainder of his days under house arrest for the heresy of teaching that the Earth revolves around the sun, has an Italian court been so wrong about science.
Today, a court in the central Italian city of L’Aquila, 380 years after that miscarriage of justice, sentenced six scientists and a government bureaucrat to six years in jail on manslaughter charges for their failure to predict a 2009 earthquake that left more than 300 people dead.
Al Gore is soooo pissed right now. He’s so wishing that the U.S. had tried those evil scientists who claimed global warming was a hoax.
No better way to silence your opposition than place them in jail.