Eunice Foote: The Climate Scientist You Never Heard Of

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Ever wondered who the first person to predict climate change was? Well, for a long time it was believed that John Tyndall, an Irish physicist, was the first one — but it appears someone else made the same conclusions earlier.

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Victoria A. Fraser

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Freelance copywriter, podcaster, and nerd. Follow along for humour, nerd stuff, writing tips and my opinions! victoriafraser.ca

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