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The Sciences

Hansen Profile in the Latest Issue of Seed

The IntersectionBy Chris MooneyJanuary 10, 2007 12:06 PM


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The new December/January issue of Seed is now out [it has been out for weeks now, where have you been? - ed] and I wanted to draw attention to a piece that I have in there. The article isn't online and so can't be linked yet, but it's a profile of NASA's James Hansen, who I had the pleasure of meeting with last October. A lot has been, and will continue to be, written about Hansen; knowing this, I wanted to see if I could actually say something new. I'm not sure if I succeeded, but here's the upshot: I argue that Hansen has "shattered some long-held convictions in the scientific community, ones overdue for a challenge." If you want to find out what those "long-held convictions" are, at least for now I guess you'll have to buy a magazine....

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