A Helena, Montana man has gained more insight than the entire world scientific community and wants to share that knowledge with others. Bruce Kershaw (pictured), who is also a mechanic and country rapper, says his scientific expertise comes “from reading National Geographic.” His vast knowledge led him to become a climate change denier.
Kershaw says “there are millions of people out there who are not a Scientist who think they are.” He explains that this has allowed the media to lie to them about climate change.
Kershaw, on the other hand, says he has “worked in science professionally my entire life.” When asked specifically to explain his scientific background, he says:
I was licensed by the state of California on (auto) emissions controls and I had to learn atmospheric science. I have been reading National Geographic since my grandfather got me started. A lot of my earth science information is from National Geographic.
You can read an interview with Kershaw here. The lyrics to his country rap song about the scam that is climate change can be read here. (The “country rap” genre, explains Kershaw, really is known as “crap”).Tweet