Saturday, June 2, 2007

Sensible words from NASA boss

This post by Bill at "A Dog Named Kyoto" deserves maximum exposure.

NASA chief Michael Griffin, in an NPR interview, made some refreshingly sensible remarks concerning climate change and NASA's role in climate research. Griffin's underling, NASA scientist and AGW alarmist, James Hansen is, predictably, not happy with his boss's comments. I think Hansen should either A) be fired or B) resign.

And don't miss Bill's link to the excellent E-WIRE press release covering support from scientists around the world for the NASA chief's "courageous" remarks. The University of Guelph's Ross McKitrick made an excellent point:
The fact that it took courage, however, points to the deeper problem that questioning the catastrophic propaganda we hear so much is now considered politically incorrect.

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