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Marcott: the shape of abrupt climate change

The most disturbing message out of a new temperature study going back 11.3 millennia is the speed and scale of modern warming compared with warming earlier in the Holocene. Ten thousand years ago, the last of the woolly mammoths were taking … Continue reading

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Amid all the hoopla, the science continues

Robert Manne is being too hasty in proclaiming that the ascendancy of global warming denial spells defeat for climate science. [14 August 2012 | Peter Boyer] “Victory of the Denialists: How climate science was vanquished” is the banner headline on … Continue reading

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Climate change is a matter of evidence, not belief

It isn’t a question of who’s following whom. The critical question is, what is the evidence saying? [22 May 2012 | Peter Boyer] “I believe in climate change” is one of the silliest lines to emerge from the interminable debates … Continue reading

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