Letters to the Editor

Telling comment

A respected scientist's recent speculation that a layer of pollution might quell global warming is priceless. I wish I could have been there for the announcement, because it was probably said with a straight face.

Beyond that, however, are reports that some in the environmental camps are actually considering the idea -- which seems quite ludicrous in the first place.

I pose this question: Does this utterance provide any insight into how much value we ought to place on the other things these people have said?

Greg Pierson