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Message 29471 - Posted: 7 Jul 2007, 10:55:22 UTC

When looking at the model I\'m currently crunching (It is at the early stages, 1940), I became curious how the global mean temperature compared to the actual global mean temperature for that period. I wanted to know that because it seems quite a bit different from other runs. In my searching I came across this article.

http://www.john-daly.com/ges/surftmp/surftemp.htm

It is 7 years old, do more recent observations invalidate the article? Are the questions raised in it about the accuracy of the data collected on earth valid at all?

I\'m asking this because the article suggests to me global warming is not much of an issue.
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Message 29474 - Posted: 7 Jul 2007, 17:58:53 UTC
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If you follow the link in my signature, you\'ll see a \'README - Climate Science\' post. There are a lot of links there which you should find interesting.


John Daly is mentioned on this page:

http://illconsidered.blogspot.com/2006/02/how-to-talk-to-global-warming-sceptic.html
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Message 29475 - Posted: 8 Jul 2007, 0:06:05 UTC

You\'ve given me a lot of reading it seems. Thank you for that. ;)
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