Monthly Archives: March 2021

Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 22

This is the 22nd in a series of actual scientists’ emails. Deliberations have turned to whether “climate restoration” should be comprehensive “planet restoration” including the warm Arctic. Actual scientist deliberate and reprimand those who go off course.

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 21

This is the 21st in a series of actual scientists’ emails. Deliberations have turned to whether “climate restoration” should be comprehensive “planet restoration” including the warm Arctic. Actual scientist deliberate and reprimand those who go off course.

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 20

Sea level rise is the current topic of deliberation, within the context of the IPCC mandate and their bias toward conservative outcomes. These are statements from two scientists, one repling to the other. This is the 20th in a series … Continue reading

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 19

This is the 19th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges. Actual scientist deliberate and reprimand those who go off course.

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 18

This is the 18th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges. Actual scientist deliberate and reprimand those who go off course.

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 17

This is the 17th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges. Read this: theguardian.com/science/2021/mar/08/global-heating-tropical-regions-human-livability Oliver Milman’s concluding paragraph: “The global number of potentially fatal humidity and heat events doubled between 1979 and 2017, research has determined, with the coming … Continue reading

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 16

Lessons ought to have been learned and the Martians know that to be true. 16th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges.

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 15

The melting Arctic ice cap, melting Greenland ice sheet and subsea methane release comprise an emergency that warrants intense research on means to cool the poles. 15th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges.

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 14

 Intense research of ways to cool the poles is needed quickly in view of the Arctic emergency (melting ice cap and the Greenland ice sheet and subsea methane release). 14th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges

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Scientist deliberations and reprimands – day 13

The Arctic emergency (melting ice cap, melting Greenland ice sheet and subsea methane release) warrants intense research on means to cool the poles. 13th in a series of actual scientists’ email exchanges.

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