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Where did Leonard Pitts get science degree?

According to Leonard Pitts, the globe is warming, climate is changing.

Big whoop!

What does global warming or climate change have to do with us? If the globe is going to get a little warmer or climate is going to change, about the only thing we can do is adapt. So a hurricane is headed for the Florida coast. What are you going to do about it? Get out of the way is probably one of the best things.

I guess what Leonard would propose is stop using your charcoal grill. Turn off your air conditioner. Don’t drive your SUV. Land all planes. Shut down the coal and oil burning power plants, immediately extinguish all forest fires. The pitiful thing is that Pitts is claiming that human beings are causing global warning and climate change with not a scintilla of evidence to prove it. I guess it must be the simpleton academics who make this stuff up on their computers.

I don’t know how many scientists there are who deny the idiocy of human-caused global warming or climate change, but there is a bunch of them. What I can’t figure out is how the editor of The News mistakes the location of Pitts’ letters. They surely must belong in Section 3B, otherwise known as the “funny papers.” You’ve got to wonder at what university Leonard got his Ph.D. (sometimes an acronym for “piled higher and deeper) in science.

I guess he is in league with the Democrat nut jobs in the U.S. House of Representatives who say that if we don’t do something about global warming and climate change the world comes to an end in 10 years (or is it 12?).

EARL ELOWSKY,

Hillman