News Flash: Jim Inhofe Might be Right About Something

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The entertaining blog Jim Inhot Water tees off on the hapless Oklahoma Senator Jim Inhofe, on this occasion for his hostility to alternative fuels, and especially corn-based ethanol. But, coincidentally, the equally entertaining Bob Park also attacks ethanol again in this instalment of his weekly e-newsletter.
Park, for those unfamiliar, is a true scientific skeptic, with a wary eye for a fraud and a sharp wit. We highly recommend signing up for his listservice.
Inhofe, for those unfamiliar, is a climate change skeptic, with a wary eye for his next cheque from the oil and gas industry. We would generally recommend that disagreeing with him on any science subject would be a safe bet.
Just goes to show how important it is to keep an open mind.

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