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Prof Richard Muller answers five questions posed by the GWPF in its inquiry into global surface temperature records http://t.co/f9RD5AJaIH
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Prof Richard Muller: Not adjusting global temperature records would be "poor science" http://t.co/tJlr9SSAF7 @BerkeleyEarth
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Carbon Brief talks to Prof Richard Muller about GWPF inquiry into global surface temperature records @BerkeleyEarth http://t.co/0uGZdnsehB
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