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Tobacco and Oil Industries Used Same Researchers to Sway Public
As early as the 1950s, the groups shared scientists and publicists to downplay dangers of smoking and climate change
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I just finished the illustrations and text for another chapter of my upcoming book. The latest was about sea ice data. I believe you’ll be interested in one of the topics from that chapter. As noted in the title of the post, the topic is the “pause” in global sea ice extent anomalies.
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