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  • Over time, it's been both much colder and a good bit warmer, than it is today. It's been reported that the hottest years of the past century was 2006 until NASA found their math was wrong: it was actually 1934.
  • The conservatives have rightly complained about the fiasco that was the CNN/YouTube debate, to say nothing of Chris Matthews' execrable moderating. Now the shoe is on the other foot, and it doesn't fit any better on that side.
  • The 1962 publication of Rachel Carson's classic "Silent Spring" marks the beginning of a sea change: the mass attack on technology and progress as a whole, for environmental reasons.
  • Here, we propose some resolutions for the major candidates to consider.
  • The recent, less-than-informed coverage of the death of Benazir Bhutto reminds us of Neville Chamberlain's infamous comment about Czechsolovakia as " a faraway country about which we know nothing."
  • Of course Mr. Musharraf doesn't want to share power. Who does? Does The Times want to share power and influence with the LA Times or with the Washington Post? Of course not.
  • How come all the environmentalists keep proposing things people don't want to do? Real solutions nedn't require deprivation.
  • The Archbishop of Canterbury, the head of the Church of England, stirred up a storm when he spoke of the Nativity as a "myth." The Pope didn't have that problem. Perhaps the Pope has a stronger brand identity than does the Church of England?
  • It is claimed that this boat runs on biodiesel made form the crew's fat and that it is carbon-neutral. But how is that calculated?
  • With fifty states in the union, we have fifty different laboratories in which to test different approaches to a problem.
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