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January 6, 2013

Climate-change consensus and a call to 'photovoltaic' arms

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It goes on to state that the price of solar panels have dropped 80 percent in the past five years and that the electricity they provide is at or below the retail cost in 20 states including many in the Northeast.

What are we waiting for?

To ignore all of this data we do so at our grandchildren’s peril.

The scientific career of Raymond N. Johnson, Ph.D., spanned 30 years in research and development as an organic/analytical chemist. He is founder and currently director of the Institute of Climate Studies USA (www.ICSUSA.org). Climate Science is published the first Sunday of every month.

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