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Scientists see proposed climate debates as a trap

Climate scientists are perplexed by U.S. EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt's plans to challenge their work. They see it as a trap with no escape: Participating in the critique would lend the minority of researchers who question mainstream climate science an oversized microphone. But refusing the invitation to debate their findings could give the impression they're hiding something or leave skeptics' assertions unopposed.

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