the choice is yours
Dexter's Lab climate policy analysts Dres and DJ Mista Lawnge invite you to get with this or get with that.
Climate change stands alongside the use of nuclear weapons as one of the greatest threats posed to the future of the world, the Cambridge cosmologist Stephen Hawking has said.
Professor Hawking said that we stand on the precipice of a second nuclear age and a period of exceptional climate change, both of which could destroy the planet as we know it.
The White House has dashed hopes of a dramatic shift in climate change policy by George Bush, but says the President will lay out his strategy to combat global warming in next week's State of the Union address.
Tony Snow, Mr Bush's spokesman, denied that the administration was ready to accept fixed caps on carbon emissions by specified target dates.
Me? I take the guy who wrote that book about the nature of time and space (and guested on Star Trek: The Next Generation). But that's me.