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A History in Layers

Narrated by: Jef Holbrook
Length: 19 mins
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The idea was born in Mexico, in the year 2000. It was pure improvisation, by Paul Crutzen, one of the world’s most respected scientists. The Dutch scholar was widely known for arguing that all-out atomic war would trigger a “nuclear winter” lethal to plant and animal life across the earth, and he had won a Nobel Prize for research into another global threat: human-caused destruction of the earth’s ozone layer.

"A History in Layers" is from the September 2016 issue of Scientific American.

©2016 Scientific American (P)2016 Scientific American

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