Thursday, December 23, 2004

Road Rules

"For instance, an existing requirement to keep all fish and wildlife species from becoming threatened or endangered is jettisoned. In its place is a requirement that managers consider the best available science to protect all natural resources when they are making decisions."

The NY Timeslays out the details of the new Bush timber-funded forest plan. Best available science can now mean the equivalent of astrology since Bush doesn't know the difference.

2 Comments:

Blogger English Professor said...

Any idea what the expense would be for the countries affected by the earthquake/tsunami to install the early warning systems used in the Pacific?

3:31 PM  
Blogger Mark said...

No, but in remote areas it's difficult.

6:22 AM  

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