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  1. [...] Medieval Warm Period. Yet another popular myth. The short answer: it’s global warming, not just European warming. [...]

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  2. [...] from NOAA. RealClimate, the blog for anyone interested in hardcore climate science, also presents a number of reasons why the perception skeptics have about the Medieval Warm Period are likely [...]

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  3. [...] and had relatively little impact on the global averages. Dr. Michael Mann addresses this here (and for an example of a contrarian tactic that can make it appear otherwise, or that the current [...]

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  4. [...] and had relatively little impact on the global averages. Dr. Michael Mann addresses this here (and for an example of a contrarian tactic that can make it appear otherwise, or that the current [...]

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  5. [...] by mitigating our impact. And I know you like this place so yes, I did look here ==> RealClimate Here is an interesting article. [...]

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  6. [...] of the little ice age and medieval warm period and many other discussions of climate change: RealClimate To summarise the ideas very simplistically I think this is what they say – the little ice age and [...]

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  7. [...] magnitude of medieval warmth was weaker than that of today. Dr. Michael Mann also addresses this here (and for an example of a contrarian tactic that makes it appear otherwise, or that the current [...]

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  8. [...] magnitude of medieval warmth was weaker than that of today. Dr. Michael Mann also addresses this here (and for an example of a contrarian tactic that makes it appear otherwise, or that the current [...]

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  9. [...] qualified in a way that I, and the good Cardinal, are not. (The medieval warm period wasn’t warmer. Warming didn’t stop in 1998.) But most appalling to me was this childish attempt to use his [...]

    Pingback by Ben’s Blog » Blog Archive » Head to head with a Cardinal — 24 May 2009 @ 10:58 PM

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