A pundit takes on the light bulbs that would save the planet

George F. Will casts doubt on climate chang

George F. Will has emerged as the highest profile pundit to doggedly cast doubt on climate change science, and hence a hero to global warming skeptics. In this column, Will aims his cool wit at the cult of the compact fluorescent light bulb—a target even those who fully buy the evidence of a warming planet might find worthy of skewering. But Will also pounces, in passing, on statistics showing that 1998 was the hottest year on record; the second link below explains why one shouldn’t make too much of that.

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