Global Warmist Says 'Stop Washing' or That explains the liberal aroma Tip: Jawa Report (Edinburgh, Scotland) World-renowned climate scientist David Reay (PhD), Senior Lecturer on Carbon Management at Edinburgh University, wrote a piece for New Scientist magazine in which he describes "eco-crimes" committed by the public. Foremost on Dr. Reay's list of eco-crimes are (1)washing and (2)drinking coffee. By far, Reay contends that the practice within Western society of frequently bathing and showering while repeatedly laundering and drying clothing are the biggest contributors to excessive carbon emissions by the public. A distant second is the Westerners' habit of drinking coffee. Reay strongly emphasizes that Westerners wash too much. Regarding coffee, Dr. Reay contends the habit is an energy hog in the manufacture of coffee filters, cups, machines and actual production of roast ground coffee beans. He recommends that people choose instant coffee over brewed since less energy is required to prepare. Charlie Gibson "What smells?"