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Get real about climate change


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
Tom Furlong (Letters, “Why not move already?,” Oct. 24, Oklahoma Gazette) writes, “To think humans could alter the climate is hubris at its most significant.” Really? Humans have vastly increased levels of the carbon dioxide and other greenhouse gases in the atmosphere. It would be the height of hubris to think that increasing levels of greenhouse gases would fail to result in greenhouse warming as physics demands.
 
Wednesday, November 7, 2012

‘Welfare queens' a myth


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
Tom Furlong (Letters, “Enough, already!” Dec. 28, Gazette) seems to think that black woman are intentionally having babies and kicking out daddies to cash in on lucrative government welfare.
 
Wednesday, January 11, 2012

'Crank' that


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
They say people in glass houses should not throw rocks. In his letter “Mistaken environmentalists” (Sept. 14, Gazette), Mickey McVay seems to suggest that those who say that humans might have contributed to climate change are ignorant idiots.
 
Wednesday, October 12, 2011

'Conspiracy theory'


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
When the original Obama birth certificate was released, those familiar with crank intellectualism knew what would happen: The new evidence would be made to “fit” a preposterous conspiracy theory. No matter what is found, a crank will make it “fit.”
 
Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Questioning the Kern clan


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
After reading “Reclamation project” (Aug. 10, Gazette), I googled “Reclaiming America for Christ” and immediately found that one of the top results was “Birth Certificate forgery — You Decide,” which is on RAFC’s website.
 
Wednesday, August 17, 2011

'Dino' might


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
Regarding “Fuel for fossil debate” (Letters, July 27, Gazette):
 
Wednesday, August 3, 2011

Kern makes an omission


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
Steve Kern tells us (Letters, “Galileo probe,” May 25, Gazette) that David Grow (“‘Controversy’ response,” April 27, Gazette) “would use the lack of production of vitamin C in both humans and apes as suggesting a link to a common ancestor.”
 
Wednesday, June 8, 2011

A ‘point’ refuted


Letters to the Editor

Michael Hopkins
The Rev. Steve Kern tells us in “Missing ‘the point’” (Letters, April 27, Gazette) that “The Cambrian explosion is science that says all phyla came into existence almost simultaneously, not slowly from simple to complex forms.”
 
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
 
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