Best quote, and only laugh I've had in a week. In case you're wondering, the Gizmodo story relates to scientific findings that explain how London's Great Smog. happened. (A central event in one of Netflix' new series The Crown) Environmental disasters, and the way that Government regulation can prevent them, is one of the reasons I eventually became a Democrat. There simply is not a "free market" mechanism to solve problems like this. When I first moved to Wisconsin in the late 1970s, Acid Rain was a huge problem. Not just poisoning lakes and killing forests. It ate away the paint on cars parked outside. It dissolved and discolored the vinyl and fiberglass on my dad's sailboat. But Amendments to the Clean Air Act, signed into law by President George H. W. Bush (a real Conservative, and a real patriot) required large cuts in the amount of sulfur and nitrogen in the emissions from power plants. Within a very few years, acid rain all but disappeared from our consciousness. We've just elected a President who believes climate science is a hoax. And that the way to make America great again is by reopening West Virginia coal mines.