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Moniz welcomes 'dialogue' with House subpanel on science of global warming

House Republicans can find plenty to like in Ernest Moniz -- from his view that the risks of hydraulic fracturing are manageable to his past support for nuclear power and advanced coal research. But a clear sticking point remained in the new Energy secretary's first appearance at a Capitol Hill hearing yesterday. Try as they might, a few Republicans couldn't get Moniz to budge from his view -- shared by nearly all climate scientists -- that emissions of carbon dioxide and related gases from human industrial activity are causing global warming and more extreme weather.

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