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Multiple, Intense, Abrupt Late Pleistocene Warming And Cooling: Implications For Understanding The Cause Of Global Climate Change

Guest essay by Dr. Don J. Easterbrook Dept. of Geology, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA The results of oxygen isotope measurements from ice cores in the Greenland and Antarctic ice sheets several decades ago stunned the scientific world. Among the … Continue reading

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Validity of Marcott et al. PART II

Validity of Marcott et al. contention that “Global temperatures are warmer than at any time in at least 4,000 years” and “Global temperature….. has risen from near the coldest to the warmest levels of the Holocene within the past century.” … Continue reading

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The Intriguing Problem Of The Younger Dryas—What Does It Mean And What Caused It?

This is a follow up posting to Younger Dryas -The Rest of the Story! Guest post by Don J. Easterbrook Dept. of Geology, Western Washington University. The Younger Dryas was a period of rapid cooling in the late Pleistocene 12,800 … Continue reading

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Rebuttal to the Skeptical Science “Crux of a Core”

Guest post by Dr. J Storrs Hall A bit over a year ago, in the wake of Climategate, I put up a blog post over at the Foresight Institute which got picked up and run here at WUWT.  The essence … Continue reading

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