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Will SuperFreakonmics Effect Our Approach to Climate Change?

Interesting look in the WSJ at SuperFreakonomics' take on dealing with climate change.

Suppose for a minute—which is about 59 seconds too long, but that's for another column—that global warming poses an imminent threat to the survival of our species. Suppose, too, that the best solution involves a helium balloon, several miles of garden hose and a harmless stream of sulfur dioxide being pumped into the upper atmosphere, all at a cost of a single F-22 fighter jet.

Good news, right? Maybe, but not if you're Al Gore or one of his little helpers.

Adrian Moore is Vice President, Policy

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