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  1. I'm covering this book in detail because I believe it's important to understand climate science. John and Mary Gribbin, a married couple team, wrote this book in 1990 so it's interesting to compare the knowledge available to them with that which has emerged more recently. As tectonic plate drift became accepted, this opened the way for climate shifts to be better understood. Why did the dinosaur era have so much more heat, lushness, tropical growth? Why do ice ages advance and retreat? Why did t [...]

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