February 22, 2012

Besieged Climate Scientist Tells His Story

Goldenberg & West, The Atlantic


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It is almost possible to dismiss Michael Mann's account of a conspiracy by the fossil-fuel industry to harrass scientists and befuddle the public. His story of that campaign, and his own journey from naive computer geek to battle-hardened climate ninja, seems overwrought, maybe even paranoid. . .

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TAGGED: Michael Mann, Climate Science, Global Warming, Climate Change, The Atlantic

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