Experiments with truth: 7/22/09

    Seven climate activists dressed as astronauts stood up during yesterday's Environment and Public Works Senate hearing and unfurled bannars that read: “What can the US do in 10 years?” and “Put a man on the moon (check); cut co2 40% (dotted-line-check).”
    Seven climate activists dressed as astronauts stood up during yesterday's Environment and Public Works Senate hearing and unfurled banners that read: “What can the US do in 10 years?” and “Put a man on the moon (check); cut co2 40% (dotted-line-check).”


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