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A Young Bush Appointee Resigns His Post at NASA

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posted on Feb, 9 2006 @ 09:00 AM
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A young Bush appointee resigns on the same day his resume is found to contain false information. George C. Deutsch worked on the Bush campaign and was later appointed as a writer and editor in NASAs public affairs office.
 



www.nytimes.com
George C. Deutsch, the young presidential appointee at NASA who told public affairs workers to limit reporters' access to a top climate scientist and told a Web designer to add the word "theory" at every mention of the Big Bang, resigned yesterday, agency officials said.

Mr. Deutsch's resignation came on the same day that officials at Texas A&M University confirmed that he did not graduate from there, as his résumé on file at the agency asserted.
Officials at NASA headquarters declined to discuss the reason for the resignation.



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I thought falsifying educational records in order to receive credibility in the Aerospace Industry was a game only played by UFO whistleblowers? It seems NASA officials are getting in on the game. However, much like the resume fraud in UFO stories tend to distract from the actual information, the pretend degree from Texas A&M isn't nearly as disturbing as the idea of using the public affairs office of NASA to tilt the global warming debate in a chosen direction.

[edit on 13-2-2006 by DJDOHBOY]




posted on Feb, 9 2006 @ 09:35 AM
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so nasa is responsible for the actions of the bush administrations appointee? how do you figure that? like they had a choice in whether or not they would allow a presidential appointment.



posted on Feb, 9 2006 @ 01:39 PM
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And what did we learn today?

that the government is directing PR departments of various agencies to cover up the true status of "global warming/cooling" .

Hummmmmm... wonder why?

The question I have is this
Did the government tell him to lie on his resume, so that he would be qualified? Or did he lie to the government to be considered?

The little attempt at instituting ignorance with the "theory" of the big bang is just another attempt by the string pullers of this administration to get God and country together again...



posted on Feb, 9 2006 @ 02:16 PM
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well, he may have lied about his degree, but the big bang is afterall, only a theory.....granted there is alot of evidence to support the theory.


df1

posted on Feb, 9 2006 @ 02:45 PM
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I find it ironic that the party which continuously tells us that character matters is at a loss to locate someone to appoint that has character. It seems to me that all we get from this administration is intimidation and lies.

I'd love to review a stack of resumes from those appointed by these guys to determine whether they have the credentials they claim. I bet not, but I would approach it with an open mind.

Oh hell lets do the democraps too, I doubt they would fair much better.

[edit on 9-2-2006 by df1]



posted on Feb, 9 2006 @ 03:23 PM
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why spend the time and money and work for that degree.....you can just make one up!!!

seriously, us pions should start playing the same game as the big guys.....

we can just make up whatever degree we want, spend imaginary money we don't have, ignore laws that we just don't like, and well, if anyone comes to arrest us, it's like.....well, God told me to!!! or......well, Tom did such and such, and George did this and that, and Jack, oh, Jack.....just look what he did!!! I'm just following the leaders!



posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 09:18 AM
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Lazarus, the Big Bang is a theory and nothing more.

For all we know the Universe, or multiverses, are eternal and have always been eternal just changing from one state to another.

Anyways, as for the reason why so much information about global warming is not being released? I still remember a government sponsored document, Pentagon's climate change nightmare (?? or some other title like that), about global warming and it wasn't really pretty as it concerns the future.



posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 10:16 AM
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2 points to remember:

1) Unless there's an eyewitness it's very difficult to call anything fact, in other words the Big Bang, while in my opinion may be fact, is still scientifically considered a theory. It's a very well researched and likely correct theory based on our concept of the universe, but it's still a theory.

2) I'd say his resignation is over the fake degree. See, I'm one of those people that believes that life experience holds more weight over paper degrees in many fields, but the fact that he wrote that he graduated from somewhere, and he did not, shows him to be a liar. Someone of that character should not be heading up any office, what kind of example would that be.



posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 10:39 AM
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Two questions:

1) What would be the motivation of making sure that the word "theory" was placed right next to any mention of the "Big Bang"? Is it religious......what? WhoTF cares? Aren't there more important things we need to be worrying about?

2) WhoTF would fake a degree from A&M?
That school produces some of the most annoying and obnoxious people you'll ever meet.


Peace



posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 10:55 AM
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Originally posted by Dr Love1) What would be the motivation of making sure that the word "theory" was placed right next to any mention of the "Big Bang"? Is it religious......what? WhoTF cares? Aren't there more important things we need to be worrying about?


I think it's the same motivation as requiring teachers to present Intelligent Design as an alternative to Evolution. When a specific dogma starts spinning science to it's own benefit then there's a problem.

Is the Big Bang a "theory"? Yes it is. Do we need that emphasized by NASA everytime it mentions it? No.



posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 02:38 PM
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However, much like the resume fraud in UFO stories tend to distract from the actual information, the pretend degree from Texas A&M isn't nearly as disturbing as the idea of using the public affairs office of NASA to tilt the global warming debate in a chosen direction.


I think you've nailed it there.

It's also interesting to see an unqualified appointed official ammending scientific documents in favour of the creationalist position.



posted on Feb, 10 2006 @ 02:52 PM
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Maybe this is standard operating procedure for the neo-cons.

Appoint your lackeys to sway positions to your liking.

Remember Gannon/Gorch, the appointed "journalist" to the press corps that turned out to be a male escort with easy access to the white house.



posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 11:07 AM
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Why are people assuming that they just want to make this change to give more credit to the creationist theory?.... You could be right, but you could also be assuming wrong.

There are many more theories other than the Big Bang theory or the Creationism theory.

BTW, the scientific data does not all conclude that the Big Bang is the correct theory.

"There is no way that such an heterogeneous universe which is affected by plasma processes was obtained from the smooth homogeneous process of the Big Bang, dominated by gravitation." ----Hannes Alfven, Nobel Prize Physicist.

There are too many anomalies/processes in the universe which cannot be explained by gravitation alone.

BTW, the Big Bang theory pretty much agrees with the Creationist theory, there is only a couple of differences, but they both stipulate that there is a beginning and an end to the Universe.

[edit on 11-2-2006 by Muaddib]



posted on Feb, 11 2006 @ 11:32 AM
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just out of curiosity, why are there so many posts discussing the merits of the big bang???

do you really think that what he did to establish that as just a theory really anything to do with anything???

do you really believe that bush and company actually care about the big bang??

I don't.


I think that the main point in the story is hidden in this line here..

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"George C. Deutsch, the young presidential appointee at NASA who told public affairs workers to limit reporters' access to a top climate scientist "
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whoops, he was following his orders from his superiors, and things blew up in their faces, more and more is coming out about them censoring scientists, not just at nasa and dealing with glabal warming, but there's a letter signed by at least 100 scientists (some nobel prize winners) now protesting the Bush administration's to desire to censor them when their findings just don't jive with what the leaders want to hear. so, just like Brown, well, they have to find a scapegoat for their mistakes!!! of course he has lied on his credentials, ect. ect.....he wouldn't have been appointed to the position, he he didn't have the means to divert the blame, just in case things just didn't go the way that was planned.....and things just aren't going as the Bush administration had planned!



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