What a good idea.
A court, and a high court at that, ruled Tuesday in favor of facts, science and reality.
I knew they could do it!
The subject is, of course, the EPA ruling on greenhouse gases that came down Tuesday afternoon.
I especially loved the quote cited by the Associated Press and McClatchy writer Renee Schoof: “It makes no difference that much of the scientific evidence in large part consisted of ‘syntheses’ of individual studies and research,” the court said. “Even individual studies and research papers often synthesize past work in an area and then build upon it. This is how science works. EPA is not required to re-prove the existence of the atom every time it approaches a scientific question.” (The bold is my doing)
— Linda J.