"Things do not have to be this way.
"For a mere $25 a month, you can feed Dawson Creeker at school and two others just like him.
"For $5,000 a month you can feed all of the students at In The Clouds High.
"Best of all, the money you donate stays right here in West Virginia and does not go to feed kids elsewhere.
"Let Africa, Central America and those other places take care of their own children.
"Instead, your donation to Feed To Achieve will work to help to end the hunger in boys like Dawson Creeker."
In my last column, I wrote that Albert Einstein called his support of a Static Universe his "biggest blunder."
Actually, his "biggest blunder" was his creation of the cosmological constant, which was a modification of his original theory of general relativity to achieve a stationary universe.
This modification was necessary after Edwin Hubble and others pointed out the universe indeed seems to be expanding, which supported the Big Bang theory.
Eventually, Einstein embraced the Big Bang theory. Sadly, he died long before he could make a cameo appearance on the TV show of the same name.
My main point remains: Einstein initially rejected the Big Bang. But the great man listened to Static Universe skeptics and eventually embraced Big Bang.
I suggest global warming adherents follow suit and listen to their skeptics.
Surber's email is donsur...@dailymail.com.