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Deception and exaggeration have characterized the stance some environmental organizations and the mass media’s coverage of environmental issues. If we look critically at these issues, however, we can begin to sort out fact from fiction.
One of the first things we must realize is that correlation is not causation. Correlation means two things tend to happen at the same time. Causation means one thing is known to cause another thing.
Because two things happen at the same time doesn’t mean one is causing the other. We need proof, including a reasonable theory showing the path by which one ...

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