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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Myron Ebell
The Los Angeles Times has stirred a dust-up over global warming with a newly announced policy barring letters to the editor that deny the existence of man-made climate change.
Mr. Ebell said liquid coal was used as a gasoline alternative during World War II, but fell out of use after the war because technology at the time was not as readily viable or clean as that used to convert crude oil into gasoline.
"We know coal to liquid works," said Myron Ebell, an energy analyst with the Competitive Enterprise Institute, which favors free-market solutions to energy issues. "The question is whether it can be competitive."