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Yeah but …

(Due to broad interest in this subject and my post, I have extensively expanded it on Monday, 12th July 2021. Also, Canary Media carried a story from #EnergyTwitter about the New York Times article which is worth looking at. I’ve … Continue reading

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Economics, Melting, and Sea-Level Rise (Professor Richard Alley)

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“Are we beyond the worst case scenario?”

http://www.globalpolicyjournal.com/articles/climate-change-energy-and-sustainability/climate-disruption-are-we-beyond-worst-case-scen-0

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Carbon Is Forever (*)

The author of Global Warming — Understanding the Forecast, Professor David Archer, also the excellent teacher of the University of Chicago Open Climate 101 course, teamed with others, in 2008, to study and explain the longevity of CO2 in atmosphere. … Continue reading

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Carbon Bubble talk at The Motley Fool

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