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HomeClimate411“Hansen vs. The World” (Richard Kerr on uncertain climate science in 1989)

“Hansen vs. The World” (Richard Kerr on uncertain climate science in 1989)

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So again, what did Exxon or the U.S. government (or anyone else) know about the strength of the enhanced greenhouse effect, much as a doom-and-gloom answer to increasing concentrations of CO2 and other man-made greenhouse gases in the atmosphere?

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