More about climate change

The letter titled "Climate change" (OGJ, July 30, 2001, p. 10) from engineering consultant T.S. Dickerman reminds us that no matter how diligently the Society of Petroleum Engineers seeks to educate its members to apply geology effectively, some engineers still avoid this message. The idea that a mere five scientists downplay manmade climatic changes, and oil companies pay the few that do, is absurd-stated mainly by ignorant political hacks.Whether we become professional engineers, writers, or geologists, we must first study engineering, writing, or geology. Thousands of geologists of various subdisciplines have long studied huge volumes of surface glacial deposits (e.g., Long Island, NY,...

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