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Paul Crutzen’s Change of Heart

by | October 5, 2014 | Cultural Anthropology, Sustainability & Ecology | 0 comments

The man who coined the term Anthropocene may have had a change of heart. Upon further reflection, Nobel Prize winner Paul Crutzen suggests in this Science article that the Anthropocene may be more accurately measured as beginning with the nuclear explosions over Japan in 1945.

You can read the entire article from September 17, 2012 here.

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