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By A W Montford

In 2007, the power team of the Institute of Physics agreed to ask the previous Chancellor of the Exchequer, Lord Lawson, to talk to them approximately his new booklet on worldwide warming. whereas the entire contributors of the group's committee have been obsessed with the assumption of listening to from an individual so famous, their choice unleashed a weird and wonderful series of retaliatory activities, which left the strength team in tatters. informed throughout the eyes of staff chairman, Peter Gill, this new pamphlet unearths how one discovered society has tried to accommodate dissenting voices at the worldwide warming query and paints a traumatic photograph of intolerance and bias.

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