Utter lunacy. They support "common sense science" (whatever that is,
maybe if they think the result doesn't make sense it is clearly
wrong), such as 'opposing the Kyoto protocol.'
I bet they're pro-House Crow too. Just joking...
On 4/10/08, Carl Clifford <> wrote:
> I just had a look through the Heartland site. It is hysterical, the best
> laugh I have had for ages, particularly the page trumpeting the right of
> peoples free access to experimental drugs. Surely this site is a spoof? No
> one of normal intellectual ability would believe any of the moronic drivel
> that is written there. If this site is Kosher, it would certainly explain
> the situation the world is in at the moment.
> Carl Clifford
> On 10/04/2008, at 1:00 PM, Chris Lloyd wrote:
> The link provided by Ian May on a "Global Warming Conference" goes straight
> to the 'Heartland Institute' of Chicago. You can get a flavor for who this
> "authoritive" institute is by having a look around the website.
> Unfortunately nobody provides filters for loony right, free market "think
> tanks" (oxymoron?). These are a variety of the same people that gave us
> securitized subprime mortgages and we know how useful that has been. Let
> stick with some science and leave the snake oil salespeople to Michael
> Costa. Ciao
> Chris Lloyd
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