4th Grader Wins National Science Fair Disproving Global Warming

Posted on June 7, 2010. Filed under: General Info | Tags: , |


The website Not Evil Just Wrong published the following story today:4th grader wins the National Science Competition for disproving Global Warming  

Written by Kristin McMurray   

Monday, 07 June 2010 10:33
4th grader Julisa Castillo has been named the junior division champion for the 2010 National Science Fair for her project, “Disproving Global Warming.”  The project beat 50,000 other submission from across the US, but the clincher is that the panel of Judges included Al Gore.  The NSF panel also included 14 recipients of the President’s National Medal of Science and four former astronauts.
Castillo walked away with a free ride to space camp, a trophy, and a special place in our hearts for daring to challenge the consensus on Global Warming.

She serves as the most positive example of a balanced education that we’ve run into this year.  Given both sides of the debate, Castillo was able to draw her own conclusions on the topic.  It is this type of reward that motives us and the Independent Women’s Forum to continue pushing for a Balanced Education for Everyone, and bring these types of lessons to schools around the nation.


I am not sure what to make of this, but I find it interesting that the panel included Mr Gore.  Wouldn’t it be nice if there were a balanced education for our kids instead of forcing altered history and science down their throats? We can only hope.

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