Microsoft has outlined an all-new socially minded global gaming competition,
the "Xbox 360 Games for Change Challenge." This worldwide competition, set to
launch this summer to participants in more than 100 countries, will challenge
college students to come up with the best game based on the theme of global
"The current generation of gamers is among the most socially conscious in
history," said Suzanne Seggerman, co-founder and president of Games for Change.
"We know from experience that young people are looking for ways to help make the
world a better place, and who better to support this effort than an industry
leader like Microsoft?"
If these gamesters really want to help make the world a better place, here's
Turn off that damn Xbox and do some decent work
"...and I think future generations are not going to blame us for anything except
for being silly, for letting a few tenths of a degree panic us"
Dr. Richard Lindzen, Professor of Meteorology MIT and Member of the National
Academy of Sciences
"What most commentators-and many scientists-seem to miss is that the only thing
we can say with certainly about climate is that it changes" Dr. Richard Lindzen,
Professor of Meteorology MIT and Member of the National Academy of Sciences
[most of the current alarm over climate change is based on] "inherently
untrustworthy climate models, similar to those that cannot accurately forecast
the weather a week from now." Dr. Richard Lindzen, Professor of Meteorology MIT
and Member of the National Academy of Sciences