Where are the false statements in previous letter?

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Monte Heil’s letter (Daily Bee, July 28) stated that “my last letter made a number of false statements,” then proceeds to not name one statement I made that he claims is false.

All Heil did was offer his opinion of a Scientific American article that he claimed is “more of an opinion piece than a scientific article.”

Apparently, those who are climate change deniers have a difficult time telling the difference between science and opinion. That is no surprise, as critical thinking is foreign to them.

How ironic it was that someone with fuzzy thinking would invoke the Heisenberg uncertainty principle as Heil did. It actually brought a smile to my face. I love irony.

So Mr. Heil, I very much enjoyed your “rebuttal” to my letter as I always like hearing from the confused.

LEE SANTA

Sandpoint

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