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How Much Should the Public Know about Climate Science?

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A must-read (6 pg.) editorial comment in the October issue of Climate Change by climatologist Dr. Richard C. J.  Somerville, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, of Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California.

Consider his words when you vote on Tuesday.  The Republican Party has become the anti-science party with regard to climate change – the greatest threat to humanity now and in the future.  As President Obama told John Stewart of the Daily Show:

You are not voting for the next election, you are voting for the next generation.

Written by Scott Mandia

October 30, 2010 at 10:10 pm

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