Saturday, May 27, 2006


Fahrenheit .911

Maybe Al Gore's film will have the benefit of people looking more closely at climate change data and possibilities. This article from Washington Post gives some hope. Here's a little snippet:

"Terrible toos," (Chris) Horner says. I'm confused. He explains that it's shorthand for environmental doom and gloom.

"Terrible toos. Too many people, using too many resources."

Smith has a different equation: "Less people, less affluence, less technology: We call that death, poverty and ignorance."

I like that. I think it could be turned into a good slogan or bumper sticker:
"Death, poverty, and ignorance won't stop Global Warming."

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