by Howard Spery
As a recent headline in a London paper stated, "There is a problem with global warming . . . it stopped in 1998."
But in the pages of The Denver Post, guest commentary writers and Post reporters act as if the climate is continuing to warm, that there is a consensus among climate scientists about it and that the remedies they propose would be easy and effective.
Now, I am not a climate scientist. My training has been in electrical engineering and business administration. But I have researched this thoroughly, without having a bone to pick in this fight. Reliable data is everywhere, in books, articles and on the Internet.