Global Warming

Rob McNair-Huff rob at
Fri Jul 11 21:50:22 EDT 2003


If you could point to a study where those publishing it don't have a 
political ax to grind then your statements would hold a lot more 
water. The Cato Institute is not just interested in science but in 
pushing its libertarian agenda. In other words, if you think that the 
"liberal media" - the folks that the Bush Administration just 
loosened regulations for, where the publishers in all but a few rare 
cases are wealthy Republicans - if you think the media paints a 
distorted picture of global warming, you cannot believe that a purely 
political organization like the Cato Institute is not biased.


At 6:05 PM -0700 7/11/03, Chuck Vaughn wrote:
>This is my last word on this unless someone wants to continue off-line.
>A little old but interesting article from someone involved with 
>global warming since it first became an issue.
>Global Warming: The Origin and Nature of the Alleged Scientific Consensus
>Richard S. Lindzen, the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meterology at 
>the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1992)
>Chuck Vaughn <aa6g at>
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