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Aye, there's the rub. In one hour, I will be attending Roman Catholic Mass, an element of which is the quaint belief that 2,000 years ago, a young Jewish woman conceived by the power of the Holy Spirit. Key point: my religious belief in no way affects anybody. On the other hand, the man-made climate change religious fanatics, which bizarrely includes the present Bishop of Rome, he apparently not having learned from his predecessor's threat to burn Galileo at the stake, have a staggering effect on my daily life. Thanks only to hydraulic fracturing on private lands, I can actually heat my home this winter with fuel oil to the point where I do not have to wear winter clothes indoors. But if Obama, and the Bishop of Rome, and Democrat voters, get their way, below zero Fahrenheit mornings will be unpleasant in the extreme. Hey, man-made climate change fanatics: get out of my life!  You bet. Would it be OK with you if we open Alaska and Pacific, Gulf and Atlantic waters to drilling? To extract the one trillion barrels of conventionally extractible oil? There isn't another country on the planet dominated by religious maniacs who leave oil in the ground. Even the present tyrant-in-chief flew down to Brazil to compliment them on the discovery of off-shore oil, and promised that the U.S. would buy all the off-shore oil they extracted. But did the tyrant-in-chief say the same for domestic oil? No, he did not. And why did he not? Because people like YOU put him into power. TWICE. Thanks!

You know what Frank, we're all dependent and inter-dependent on fossil fuel for the near, an likely long-term future. Centuries of carbon fuel tech is intertwined in with nearly every part of our lives. I don't dispute that premise. What I dispute is that recognizing scientific evidence is somehow a religion and moving away from fossil fuel in 'fanatical'. And in the end, it's not about your life being affected or mine being disrupted--it's about future generations. You see that future with more fossil fuel, I see it with less. Science, research and every other industrialized nation is moving to sustainable energies...that's not religious babble, its just what's happening.  Frank, I don't want you to freeze and I don't want to add to acrimony I experience on the WSJ comment section. Maybe you can stay warm, and the world can be temperate. "What I dispute is that recognizing scientific evidence is somehow a religion and moving away from fossil fuel in 'fanatical'." "I don't want you to freeze and I don't want to add to acrimony." Well, perhaps there still can be peace in our time!

I'm a pilot, a flight instructor at that. One of the things all pilots know is that predicting the weather more than a half day in advance is a total joke. We understand that, despite the very best efforts on the part of NOAA, the variables involved in climate prediction vastly exceed human understanding. Nevertheless, there are those who are supremely confident in their ability to predict weather a century in advance. Worse still, both sides are adamant about obviously contradictory "facts", never mind conclusions drawn from facts. One fact is very clear: since leaving Africa, homo sapiens need man-made heat to survive. The last two winters have been horribly cold and unaffordable to heat. It's not an academic issue Climate science is immensely complex...more than 50+ areas of scientific disciplines. I try to keep it simple for my limited scientific 'brain space'. Greenhouse effect is a fact. It took 100s of millions of years to create 'fossil fuels'. Extraction and burning of these fuels in the trillions of metric tons in a 'nano' second of earth's history is going to create a new environmental dynamic. Combine this corroborative research from different disciplines, different nations and different scientist we see a consistent compass of what is happening. How we address this is the new dialogue. Even more complex than the science. Certainly new data and insights will sharpen our focus, but I'm not optimistic because there is little cooperation among dissenting opinions. The longer we keep the actual issue (man made climate change) off the table, the less time we have. We are, I think, shortening our run way...something pilots know all too well.


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