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Published: Sunday, July 6 2014 12:00 a.m. MDT

Updated: Saturday, July 5 2014 11:27 p.m. MDT

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LDS Liberal
Farmington, UT

Agreed!

Great letter Beth Allen.

Sensible Scientist
Rexburg, ID

What climate change?

Nothing in the climate or weather is unprecedented.

Cancel the alarm.

one old man
Ogden, UT

Interesting. Something like 97% of the REAL scientists who are SENSIBLE think differently.

Bettybeth
Salt Lake City, UT

I wrote the letter but want folks to know that the entire middle section of the letter was edited out which was the important part. I will follow up to find out why that might have happened. Very disappointing.

Flashback
Kearns, UT

Yes old man, there is global warming, and the ice pack at the south pole is growing at an unprecedented rate. Kind of a contradiction.

2 bits
Cottonwood Heights, UT

Here's the solution. You can do it yourself. You don't have to wait for the government to mandate it, for you or for others...

1. Get rid of your big car, and get the smallest one possible (a hybrid if you can afford one)

2. Minimize driving. Combine trips. Walk to school. Walk to church. Move closer to your job. Don't drive for recreational purposes (vacations, etc).

3. Don't have large families

4. Downsize your home (the smallest space you can live in, takes less fossil fuels to heat and to cool). Minimize lighting in your home.

There... it's EASY... you can get started TODAY!

Or... you can whine and whine about how the Governor or the President won't do it for you...

Which would be more productive?

Pops
NORTH SALT LAKE, UT

The "97% of scientists agree" claim could hardly be more incorrect. Take a look at how the number was fabricated and you'll be embarrassed, too.

I suppose the rules of successful propaganda are:

1. Tell a really big lie
2. Repeat it over and over
3. Pretent that everyone believes it, and soon they will

It looks like it's working.

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