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LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia (Letters to the Editor)

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.Warming DebateIn his review of “An Inconvenient Truth” (June 21 LEO), Paul Kopasz says there is debate about the causes of global warming. There is not. The U.N.’s International Panel on Climate Change issued a report in 2001 that declared climate change is most likely due to human use of fossil fuels. This statement has been endorsed by the National Academies of Science of Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Russia, the U.S., Australia and more.In addition, NASA’s Goddard Institute, NOAA, the National Academy of Sciences, the EPA, the State of the Canadian Cryosphere (SOCC), the Royal Society of the United Kingdom (RS), the American Geophysical Union (AGU), National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR), American Meteorological Society (AMS) and the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society have all published endorsements of this statement.If you need further proof, in 2004 Professor Naomi Oreskes conducted a study of 928 peer-reviewed scientific journal articles dealing with climate change. She found that none of the articles disagreed with the consensus. The only “controversy” about the causes of global warming is occurring on newspaper op-ed pages. It is fueled by conservative think tanks, most of which are funded by ExxonMobil.William WilsonIgnored the TruthAttn: Paul Kopasz:I read your review of “An Inconvenient Truth” with interest — as I do most of your movie reviews — but you appear not to have been paying attention to Al Gore’s documentary. You write that scientists have not been able to separate the effects of natural warming cycles from man-made causes. This is simply untrue. The scientific community has shown irrefutable evidence that mankind is causing climate change with the use of fossil fuels.Don’t listen to the oil companies who are spending millions of dollars trying to persuade the public there was still a debate to be had. The debate is over, as Gore demonstrates so effectively in his movie.You may not be one of the hardcore Bush Republicans, as you mentioned in your review, who wouldn’t be caught dead attending the film, but you appear to be one of many global-warming deniers — you know, the sort of people who believed the moon landing was staged on a movie lot in Arizona or that the earth is still flat. The only conclusion to take from reading your review is that you ignored “An Inconvenient Truth.”Sean Byrne

Erosia (Letters to the Editor)

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia (Letters to the Editor)

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia (Letters to the Editor)

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia: Letters to the Editor

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia - Letters to the Editor

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia: Letters to the Editor

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.

Erosia: Letters to the Editor

LEO welcomes letters that are brief (250 words max) and thoughtful. Ad hominem attacks will be ignored, and we need your name and a daytime phone number. Send snail mail to EROSIA, LEO, 640 S. Fourth St., Louisville, Ky. 40202. Fax to 895-9779 or e-mail to leo@leoweekly.com. We may edit for length, grammar and clarity.