Dear Editor:

Andrew Freedman has been reporting on the climate change controversy, and recently posted typical answers and what he wished he could say to questions he might get on the subject at upcoming holiday parties.

On the dreaded, "Do you believe in global warming?" What he'd like to say is: "After all, rising thermometers don't care about my beliefs, nor do melting glaciers and sea ice. They are facts, whether I choose to believe in them or not."

So from what I gather, people will remain subjective, while thermometers will always be objective.

Joe Griffin

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