I just read The Economist review. It was terrific, and terrifically deserved! They gave you credit for taking a chance on a really cool idea.
Glad you agree about CO2 skepticism. And Ken, I’m just calling for skepticism on the matter. The NYT and their running dogs at ABC, CBS, NBC, etc., seemingly have already decided on the issue. Kyoto is good; “all” legitimate scientists agree, and let’s get on with demonizing SUVs.
Anyway, it’s been colder than Al Gore’s pectorals in the Bay Area lately! I think it’s our duty, as Bay Areans, to go up in the sky and spray as much CO2 as we can in the effort to send this wicked marine layer back out to sea! Don’t you think?
thought we’d all be speaking Japanese by 2001 if the U.S. didn’t get its economic act together . . . at it wasn’t WSJ.
Hey! The US did get its act together, partly thanks to timely warnings! And Japan – in keeping with the view of some “revisionists,” contrary to the WSJ view – persisted in not becoming a Western, market-driven economy! Ten years ago I would have bet wrong on the year-2001 dollar/yen exchange rate. But I would have bet right on the role of the LDP, the Ministry of Finance, the banks, and so on.
But how about this as a compromise: I’ll agree with you about C02!