Michael Crichton Has Passed Away. Sigh.

The visionary author, Michael Crichton, who brought us Jurassic Park and The Andromeda Strain and The Thirteenth Warrior (Eaters of the Dead) and State of Fear and many other great novels has passed away.

That sucks.

Michael Crichton has passed away. Godspeed to you. The world is a little smaller, and a little less, without you.
Michael Crichton has passed away. Godspeed to you. The world is a little smaller, and a little less, without you.

The entertainment site, Ain’t It Cool News, has a fitting eulogy that will probably be filled with leftwing moonbats attacking his heresy regarding the First Church of Climate Change. I think he would have liked that.

As of this posting, MichaelCrichton.com is unavailable. Probably just overwhelmed with traffic.

In his late years, he was reviled by the left–even though he was very liberal on many issues–because of his skepticism regarding Global Warming. Which, in my opinion, was dead on.

Good stuff on Michael Crichton’s skepticism, and his critics’ reactions, here. And more good stuff about him, and his critics, here.

When the big Michael Crichton websites are back up and working, check out Michael on Environmentalism as Religion. And how Aliens Cause Global Warming.

A video of Michael Crichton explaining his theory of Global warming as religion:

Godspeed to you, our courageous, visionary and skeptical friend.

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