Saturday, January 08, 2005

No Bias Here

Spectators standing on the side of a salt water swimming pool watch a surfer (3rd-R) at Dee Why Point on Sydney's north shore May 12, 2004. It sounds insignificant alongside the Indian Ocean tsunami, yet an almost imperceptible annual rise in the world's oceans may pose a huge threat to ports, coasts and islands by 2100. REUTERS/Will Burgess

This is a picture of a guy surfing. Would someone please tell me what the second sentence of the above caption is doing there? Just when you think Micheal Crichton's new book, State of Fear, goes a little over the top in accusing the press of laizily inserting evnironmentalists press releases into their coverage, you see something like this.


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