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Eye On America (Biosphere 2) #343570

CBS Evening News for Monday, Mar 30, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Oracle, Arizona: Bob Faw) Criticisms of Biosphere 2 featured; Biosphere explained; scenes of it shown. [Biospherian Mark NELSON - comments on operations, accomplishments.] [Documentary filmmaker Lou HAWTHORNE - comments on not being allowed to film dead hummingbirds in Biosphere 2.] [Former Biosphere architect Robert COUSINS - talks about air conditioning required to cool the Biosphere 2 project director Margaret Augustine.] [AUGUSTINE - says there is no fraud involved.] Augustine's questionable credentials mentioned. [University of Arizona Medical School Dr. Andrew WEILL - talks about odd dinner with Biosphere group, misrepresentation of Biosphere 2.]

Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan

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