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A former high-ranking official in President Barack Obama's Energy Department says climate science and the implications of global warming are not "settled," insisting such claims are "misguided" and stifle debate. Dr. Steven Koonin argues that group think among experts has been inhibiting "the scientific and policy discussions that we need to have about our climate future." [Full Story]
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