Scientific American editor tries to rebuild lefty cred after Fox appearance!/foxandfriends/status/461833630227374080

Scientific American editor Michael Moyer was invited to appear on “Fox & Friends” to talk about future trends in science and technology. Moyer appeared to be an amiable guest and delivered some interesting bites, but afterward took to the Internet to bash the news channel for not allowing him to talk about climate change.!/mmoyr/status/461485417117007872

Left wing orthodoxy: reestablished.

In a subsequent Scientific American blog post he even argued that climate change is the ONLY interesting thing that fit the parameters of a three minute hit about future trends in science and technology.

About the only interesting thing that the scientific community is sure will happen in the next 50 years is that climate change is going to get worse, and that we’re going to have to deal with the impacts.

Green orthodoxy: reestablished.!/mmoyr/status/461485626802847744

Douchebag status: confirmed.!/mmoyr/status/461485543973715968

So instead of pulling up his big boy pants and turning down the interview he went with taking shots at the makeup girl. Manly.

Moyer naturally received a smattering of support for his Fox bashing.!/MossLorraine/status/461603457259274240!/DrSchadNFreude/status/461675108029829121

But there were others who called him out on his childish and unprofessional behavior.!/BuffaloBlueBear/status/461833592968974336!/sls_susu/status/461838236168773632

The only things missing were his plaid onesie and cup of cocoa.

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