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The Ice Age cometh: the system that controls our climate
Publication:Chicago Tribune (1963-Current file) - Chicago, Ill.
Author:Shurkin, Joel
Date:Apr 13, 1975
 Abstract (Document Summary)

"The end of the world is to be heralded by a summer that is no summer. The bitter cold persists and the Sun gives neither light nor warmth, so that the winter is three winters long."


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