Skeptics can be skeptical of their own skepticism
“Melting of glaciers cause rising sea levels?” (Letters, Feb. 15/16) points to the fact that water contracts as it goes from frozen to liquid. If the writer really wants a fitting experiment, he’ll fill a large glass with all the ice it can hold. Then he pours water into the glass until it reaches half full (or even 3/4 full). Then he sets the glass in room temperature. He’ll see the liquid water level rise as the ice melts.
Skeptics sometimes need to be skeptical of their own skepticism.
James Joseph Clarkson