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“I think if you‘re driving an automobile on the freeway, and you realize you‘re going to have a collision or hit something, to not put on the brakes would seem to be madness,‘‘ Richard Leakey said Tuesday, hours before his first-ever Canadian speaking engagement in Edmonton.
It's reassuring to see smart people making tart observations about climate change. It's even nicer to see those comments reported in OilWeek.
Remember the story a couple of months ago about the “outraged parents” who didn't want Al Gore's Inconvenient Truth aired in Seattle schools?
The opposition came from Frosty Hardison a father of seven who at the time stated: “Condoms don't belong in school, and neither does Al Gore. He's not a schoolteacher.”
Check out the video below from a recent Jon Stewart episode. The Daily Show actually tracked down Mr. Hardison. And to end with what is becoming a regular refrain here at DSBlog: seriously, we're not making this up.
In perhaps the strongest statements on climate change ever by U.S. auto-industry executives, Ford’s CEO said global warming is real , manmade and caused in part by auto emissions, while a GM executive has urged government action on a national energy policy.