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    Very interesting video about the development of the data sets of doom.

    Dr. John Robson comments on key items from the April 22, 2020 Climate Discussion Nexus weekly "Wednesday Wakeup" newsletter (Never shake thy Gore-y locks | Climate Discussion Nexus...) including what glaciers and satellites are telling us about past warm periods and the present not-so-scarily-warm one
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    Study: High End Model Climate Sensitivities Not Supported by Paleo Evidence

    Guest essay by Eric Worrall University of Michigan researchers have done the unthinkable, and checked climate model predictions against available paleo-climate data to see if the predictions are plausible. Some of the latest climate models provide unrealistically high projections of future warming Date:April 30, 2020Source:University of MichiganSummary:A new study from climate researchers concludes that some…
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    Reduced cloud cover from 1994-2017 led to shortwave (SW) warming of the Greenland ice sheet by 7.3 W/m². [1994-2017 CO2 forcing: ~0.5 W/m².] Cloud SW warming “dominates” the melt signal. Greenland’s warming/ice melt trend is flat since ~2005.Week in review – climate science edition | Climate Etc.
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    Re: Glaciers, warming and data sets

    Quote Originally Posted by Tim the plumber View Post
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    Very interesting video about the development of the data sets of doom.



    6 minutes 45 seconds.
    Nice!
    I liked the comparison of the annual cycle between 1919 and 2019.

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