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That climate models have low precision?  Um . . . is there somebody arguing that they have HIGH precision?  Provide the source or link, PLEASE!  

More to the point, it seems to me, is that the models are underestimating the amount of climate change that is occurring right now.  The arctic is melting ahead of schedule.  

From last fall, not to be overly last minute about it:  Link.  

The antarctic, too.  

The climate models may be wrong, but change is not less than they predict:  It is MORE.  

I know people will do nothing.  Peak Oil is in the past, and folks are still debating an event that is not only measurable but WAS MEASURED.  It is perhaps time to take up the question of Peak Oxygen--a likely effect of ocean acidification and rain-forest destruction--which I trust we have not yet passed.  

The Fates are kind.

by Gaianne on Fri Aug 1st, 2008 at 11:39:45 PM EST

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