The Hill: Whatever happened to objecting in good faith?

The Hill: Whatever happened to objecting in good faith?.


It still doesn’t mean treating him like a dictator.

He’s sill a poltician and his thinking is only as good as his lessons from science.

Referencing “Concerned Scientists” organization is a great opportunity, but if they aren’t earth scientists, you might get an earful of Rhodes-scholar, toga party with a violin playing telling you everything is impossible, kiss your bottom good-bye, and a toast to anything that’s next.

But they are concerned scientists of an imperiled world, and it is a starting point of discussion on this thorny subject.

Applied earth sciences need top priority, Applied economics next. And then political supporters and opponents working together to continue the story of homo (sapiens) (sapiens) sapiens.

Abraham Boulder

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