The North Texas Skeptics keep right on using a bogus quotation attributed to James Watt. I've sent information showing the shady origins of the quotation. I've received replies from a representative, I've tried to answer the questions--but no luck.
Curt Mobley is slightly less to blame than the North Texas Skeptics. Mobley looked into the quotation and agreed that it wasn't legit ... and hasn't removed the quotation from his site after more than 30 days.
Busy, busy, busy! No time for truth right now!
For a second time I'll laud Raptor Educational Foundation. They took down the quotation even before verifying that it was false, based simply on the degree of doubt.
Bogus (the part in red very probably wasn't stated by Watt):
My responsibility is to follow the Scriptures which call upon us to occupy the land until Jesus returns. We don't have to protect the environment, the Second Coming is at hand.
James Watt, Secretary of the Interior for Ronald Reagan
Quoted in the Washington Post, May 24, 1981
And speaking of bogus quotations, atheist Jonathan Miller didn't pay his research team enough, judging from the results they produced for him in his "Atheism: A Rough History of Disbelief" series. Research there is progressing well.