Climate scientist Michael Mann has abandoned his scientific career and launched a celebrity “wellness” company with Jane Fonda in order to get his message to a wider audience.
“First we killed God and now we’ve killed science,” Mann said at the Friday ribbon-cutting ceremony for his “Good Climate Day Spa” that caters to the 1% of Hollywood elites. “Celebrity activism is all we have left.”
His business partner demanded that she be arrested immediately after the ceremony.
“Michael will run the day-to-day business, and my role will be to get arrested,” said Fonda. “Science be damned. If you want the masses to care about climate change, you need people like me to get arrested at least once a week.”
“The spa is entering an economic climate already overheating with competition,” warned venture capitalist Steve Westly, who is a former State Controller of California. “But I love to see celebrity involvement. The brighter the spotlight on this movement, the better for Good Climate Day Spa.”