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On March 31, 1985, Vladimir Alexandrov, the best known climate scientist in the Soviet Union because of his global campaign against nuclear winter with Carl Sagan, vanished while attending a conference in Spain on nuclear-free zones.
He was probably a spy, although for whom - the United States, the Soviet Union, both - remains unclear.
His case remains unsolved, perhaps because it wouldn't be in the interest of either government. Here's what's known of this strange tale, as I reported it back in 1986. There isn't much more to say even now. Send ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org
For more on nuclear winter, read my award-winning 1985 Science Digest cover story: http://www.slideshare.net/Revkin/hard-facts-about-nuclear-winter-1985