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Appeared in: Volume 2, Number 1
Published on: September 1, 2006
Don't Know Much About Science Books

The only thing more scientifically suspect than Al Gore’s “An Inconvenient Truth” is the conservative response to it.

As an associate of Harvard University’s Center for International Affairs in the glacial depths of the Cold War, Russell Seitz argued hotly with the Russians about “nuclear winter.” Since its meltdown, he’s been doing astrophysics and archaeology.
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