Re: global warming & nuclear power

Gregory Alan Bolcer (
Fri, 05 Dec 1997 09:12:24 -0800

I am assuming you are intermixing idioms.

Global Warming:
It's in the December 4th Wall Street Journal; it was a
featured article "Science Has Spoken: Global Warming is a Myth"
by Arthur Robinson and Zarchary Bobinson, Chemists at the Oregon
Institute of Science and Medicine. The have a Web page, and
also AR publishes home school curiccula through the institute,
and a former research director at the Linus Pauling Institute.
They are considered fringe scientists, but got the attention
of the WSJ. No link is available as it's a pay-per-view online
service and I am too cheap to pay for bits.

Cold Fusion:
This is interesting, they have a Cold Fusion markup language
that simple returns everythign that was processed before it,
but I am assuming you mean promising alternate nuclear power
that doesn't involve jettisoning hot rods out into space
or deep sea for 10k+ years to avoid the (perceived)
resulting damage to the atmosphere. Martin Fleischman and Stanly
Pons are generally discredited for their discovery, although
they are now very rich men working in their new research
lab in France trying to make batteries.

Effect of Greenhouse Gases on Global Warming:
UCI Department of Chemistry's F. Sherwood Rowland, Bren
Professor of Chemistry and founding chair of the department.
Much of the work on global warming is founded on atmospheric
and chemical change.

Go back and tell your teacher we know all the answers, you
just have to get the questions right.


> Sophie,
> The FoRK archive lives at
> Although I've never heard of it as a "dude". It's a hive mind, really.
> And no, it probably won't be too helpful for answering further questions --
> everything it knows is already hidden in those 6,000 messages... But you never
> know. Perhaps one of its tentacles will be moved to wax lyrical on nuclear
> warming :-)
> Yours,
> Rohit