Hot air, cool heads

Levatter, Ross
June 2009
Liberty (08941408);Jun2009, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p18
The article considers the advertisement of Cato Institute directed at U.S. President Barack Obama alleging that his view on climate change is not true. Presented as an open letter, the advertisement reportedly had the signatures of 116 scientist that claimed domestic politics may be limiting the comfort of American scientists in speaking freely. The article also noted that scientist Freeman Dyson, though not listed in the advertisement, wrote in The New York Times about his opposition to the view of Al Gore on climate change.


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