Geologists and climate change I have a few comments to add to your editorial of Aug. 8 (The Kyoto Alternative, OGJ, Aug. 8, 2005, p. 19). Dr. William Gray (no relation) is, probably, the atmospheric researcher most well known by the public at large. In an interview published in the September 2005 Discover Magazine, he supports the same position [on climate change] OGJ took in its editorial. The comments he makes in that article, and your editorial, follow my opinions and are not the politically correct position of the supposedly well-educated, mainstream media.Discover Magazine, and many other prominent periodical publications, have printed articles stating that humans are the proximate c...

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