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Ocean Warming Faster Now Than in 10,000 Years

Truth_Quark (219407) writes | about 10 months ago

User Journal 3

There's a paper in Science that has received a write up at National Geographic and Phys Org that the climate deniers on Reddit have lab

There's a paper in Science that has received a write up at National Geographic and Phys Org that the climate deniers on Reddit have labelled "Full Retard".

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Press Release (1)

Truth_Quark (219407) | about 10 months ago | (#45321761)

Press release here [columbia.edu] .

Hey scientists, please explain the last 15 years (0)

Anonymous Coward | about 10 months ago | (#45321875)

Why should I believe your future predictions if you can't explain why your predictions for the last 15 years were so inaccurate?

Re:Hey scientists, please explain the last 15 year (1)

Truth_Quark (219407) | about 10 months ago | (#45322439)

Why should I believe your future predictions if you can't explain why your predictions for the last 15 years were so inaccurate?

Good question.

Let's look at how inaccurate they've been:

Predictions of the global mean surface temperature over the last 15 years have been pretty good [skepticalscience.com] . Source [skepticalscience.com] .

So we shouldn't shy away from the assumption that future climate change will also be close to predictions.

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