As you may already know, April 22 is Earth Day. At noon, inside City Hall, the Seattle City Council will be showing a movie about Rachel Carson, the biologist whose book, Silent Spring, is frequently credited with spurring the modern environmental movement. Meanwhile that same evening, at Rachel Carson Elementary School in Sammamish, conservative think tank the Washington Policy Center will be showing Not Evil Just Wrong: The True Cost of Global Warming Hysteria. (Tagline: "This is the film Al Gore and Hollywood don't want you to see.") It's by the same folks who brought you that mining industry–funded classic, Mine Your Own Business. We know you're in your grave. But you can roll over now, Ms. Carson.