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Abdurrazak Ali Endisha, Cairo, Egypt
Regarding your story on “Strategies for Success” (April EXPLORER): The article by Louise Durham has shed light on many important areas of concern that need to be addressed and dealt with collectively. read more
Patrick Barosh, Bristol, R.I.
In regard to John Lorenz’ article on massive stimulation by underground nuclear explosions (Historical Highlights, March EXPLORER): There were other studies done in 1965-1967 on the Nevada Test Site. read more
Dick Baile, Houston
Planet earth and mankind could not survive without CO2. As to climate change, the climate science community is increasing its support that “CO2 is neither a pollutant nor a driver of climate change.” read more
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