Feds Blew $700,000 on Global Warming Junk Science Musical

The federal government blew $700,000 on a global warming junk science musical “The Great Immensity.”

Here’s a song “The Next Forever” from the junk science musical.

The Daily Caller reported:

It looks like the National Science Foundation has been handing out grants for some unorthodox research projects, according to House Republicans.

This includes $700,000 in funding for a climate change musical.

House Science Committee Chairman Lamar Smith questioned White House science czar John Holdren in a Thursday hearing over whether or not the National Science Foundation (NSF) should have to justify its use of taxpayer dollars to fund projects. Smith pointed out some examples of questionable projects the NSF has funded.

** $700,000 on a climate change musical
** $15,000 to study fishing practices around Lake Victoria in Africa
** $340,000 to examine the “ecological consequences” of early human fires in New Zealand
** $200,000 for a three-year study of the Bronze Age around the Mediterranean
** $50,000 to survey archived 17th Century lawsuits in Peru
** $20,000 to look at the causes of stress in Bolivia

…The $700,000 went to the play “The Great Immensity,” which is being put on by an investigative theater group called The Civilians. The play is set to premiere next month in New York City.

The US just endured its coldest winter in 102 years.

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