Pat Robertson: Not a Rocket Scientist

Pat Robertson: Not a Rocket Scientist February 27, 2015

If ever there was a perfect example of the Dunning-Kruger effect, it’s Pat Robertson thinking he’s qualified to speak on astrobiology. On the 700 Club this week, he decided to tell NASA that they’re wasting their time looking for life on other planets.

Pat Robertson on Wednesday called on NASA to stop spending time and money exploring other planets because he said that God’s only “experiment” with life was on Earth.

“Folks, I want to tell you something,” Robertson told viewers of The 700 Club. “They talk about life on other planets. In my opinion, there’s nothing but gaseous balls and barren rocks up in space. That’s all that’s there.”

“This planet is where God has got an experiment in what he wants to have accomplished,” he continued. “But somehow, people want to spend a lot of money to go to Mars! I don’t want to think that Mars is someplace I want to visit, and it would take a lot of money to get there!”

“But nevertheless, our government, our NASA is exploring new horizons.”

Yeah, nevertheless. Can you believe NASA is listening to actual scientists and not to a TV evangelist con man? Just shocking. What is this world coming to? It just goes to show how Muslim pagan secularist witches have taken over the country and are preparing to throw Christians in the FEMA camps.

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