Friday, February 02, 2007

Sometimes the Headlines Tell You All You Need to Know

"Exxon Posts Largest Annual Profit in U.S. History"

"Panel Issues Bleak Report on Climate Change"

"Scientists offered cash to dispute climate study"

"Exxon Valdez oil won't vanish soon
FEDERAL STUDY: Crude from 1989 spill will continue to foul beaches for decades."


"New study shows Exxon Valdez Oil persists off Alaska coast"


"Exxon Mobil appealing $2.5 billion compensation for Valdez spill"

"Exxon fine for oil spill is slashed on appeal
HUGE CUT: Punitive damages drop to $2.5 billion from $4.5 billion."

2 comments:

Mouse said...

We, in France, hear that The USA, whatever that means, still disputes the science of climate change...
huge sigh

CabinDweller said...

Well, certain people in the United States dispute it, like George Dubyah, oil industry lackeys, and Don Young. Oh, and those folks who listen to right wing radio or watch FOX News.

But as a group, no, we don't. Unfortunately, all it takes is one idiot spouting that nonsense to make it into the news, and then we all look like idiots.

I mean, we already look like idiots for the whole Iraq mess, but there again, not all of us wanted that war.