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Letter: Stop encouraging science deniers, Tribune

Published April 22, 2014 4:33 pm
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I would respectfully like to ask the Tribune editors to stop publishing letters from climate change deniers such as the one you published April 22 from Ronald Jones of Sandy. Credible scientific evidence supporting global warming induced by human activity is so overwhelming that to deny it falls in the same category as claiming that the moon is made of cheese. Giving a voice to totally uninformed hysteria serves no interest.

Kendra Houser

Salt Lake City




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