“We have already seen food prices double and triple worldwide because the ‘green’ movement told us biofuels would ‘Save The Planet,’” Soon said. “Foolish mitigation measures that owe everything to political fashion and nothing to scientific rigor are already harming the poor.”
Dr. Soon has been invited to speak at the United States Senate and was recognized by the Smithsonian Institute for “detailed scholarship on biogeological and climatic change over the past 1000 years.”
Dr. Spencer has testified many times before the United States Congress. Six months ago, Spencer published a study that caused an uproar in the science community. He found that cloud formation actually brings the earth’s temperature down, which findings directly called into question a key component of global-warming theory.
“Utah’s economy cannot afford the damage that hysteria would create,” said Paul T. Mero, president of the Sutherland Institute. “These speakers will help move the debate past hysteria and into the realm of real science.”
Lower-income Utahns are already feeling the effects of environmental extremism. Research by the Sutherland Institute indicates that a Utah family making $25,000 in 2006 spent twice as much of their income on power bills as did the average Utah family.
More information about Earth Week 2008 can be found at http://www.sutherlandinstitute.org/earth.asp.
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