Monday, Sept. 18, 2006 | “2006: The Year of Climate Change” by Rob Davis is more interesting for what’s left out than for what’s included. Nowhere did I read about over nearly all of the $1.7 billion in federal research grants go only to “scientists” who advocate humans as the source of global warning, nowhere as to how much Scripps Institute and Tim Barnett have received, nowhere mention of more climatologists disagreeing with Barnett than agreeing as reported in the WSJ and a National Review cover story, and no mention that the Krakatoa, Mt. Pinatubo and Mt. St. Helens eruptions put more pollutants in the air than humans have since the dawn of the Industrial Revolution. P.S. There was mention however, that skeptics get paid. So much for what passes as professional journalism

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