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Schmidt 2010

Schmidt, G., 2010: Does science progress? Glibert Plass redux. Amer. Scientist, 98, no. 1, 64-65, doi:10.1511/2010.82.58.

Considering today's concerns about human-driven climate change and the need to cut carbon emissions, it's interesting to look back at a time (not that long ago) when the idea that carbon dioxide (CO2) affected climate was very much a fringe concern. Gilbert N. Plass's 1956 article (reprinted in this issue of American Scientist) was only the start of a quite rocky road to modern respectability for an idea born in the 19th century; even he might be surprised to see how it has become completely mainstream (despite what one might read on the Internet!).

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  author={Schmidt, G.},
  title={Does science progress? Glibert Plass redux},
  journal={Amer. Scientist},

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ID  - sc04400m
AU  - Schmidt, G.
PY  - 2010
TI  - Does science progress? Glibert Plass redux
JA  - Amer. Scientist
VL  - 98
IS  - 1
SP  - 64
EP  - 65
DO  - 10.1511/2010.82.58
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