Global Warming Trigger Event
by Darryl Whitford
Number of pages: 76
The fascinating true story of scientific discovery of the cause of global warming and the reticence of scientists and government to accept a different point of view. The discovery was uncovering knowledge of global warming that no one wanted to listen to.
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