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Climate Change

Nobelist Manabe eschewed Japanese 'harmony' for American candor

Climate change scientist warns against inaction and lack of curiosity

Nobel laureate Syukuro Manabe mingles with students. (Photo courtesy of Princeton University)

NEW YORK/TOKYO -- When Japanese meteorologist Syukuro Manabe spoke about his problems with Japan, chuckles could be heard among the audience assembled at Princeton University to hear this year's Nobel Prize laureate in physics speak.

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