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Will Climate Change Remake Human Biology?

We may not be able to sweat our way through the heat

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InIn 1980, a nuclear power plant in Forsmark, Sweden, began pumping cooling effluent from its reactors into “Biotest Lake,” a manmade, 84-hectare enclosed body of water jutting out from the Baltic Sea. Separated from its aquatic environs and featuring a habitat…

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Tom Vanderbilt

Contributing editor @ Outside, Wired (UK), and Artforum. Author of Traffic: Why We Drive the Way We Do (and What It Says About Us)

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