Excerpt:Â As many of you know, I've been among the more skeptical voices on Al Gore's coming climatic cataclysms. Unlike pundits on the left, however, those of us on the right sometimes ask ourselves, "What if I'm wrong?" This type of review is, I think, healthy. It causes us to reassess the evidence, and to think "outside the box." And this is essential. There is no question that the world faces many intracta-ble problems. War, famine, political oppression, resource shortages, infectious diseases, ethi-cally-challenged yet runaway technology, poor education â€“ perhaps even "global warming." So I would hope that each of us could occasionally ask: How did these problems arise, and what can we do about them?