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Bill Brandt's letter (June 21) refers to a book by Western Washington University retired geology professor Don Easterbrook called "Evidence-based Climate Science." Easterbrook's book claims to refute the research of the 97 percent of U.S. and world climate scientists who have shown that CO2 emissions have indeed negatively affected climate change.

In 2015 Easterbrook testified to a Senate panel, saying the CO2-climate data of NOAA and NASA and the National Science Foundation was manipulated and a conspiracy. Really, Professor Easterbrook?

Well, if you are into climate-denial conspiracies, you'll love this $127 book.

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