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posted on Jul, 16 2013 @ 01:17 PM
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But you better get moving before that whip cracks! And I say that jokingly (or not) as a woman


Luckily, no hellfire and damnation. As with most predictions, it was supposed to sound more alarming than even the one who was making it believed it would turn out to be (damn!). I actually enjoyed it. Maybe something to learn here.





Again I haven't read the paper nor it's reviews (can you link it?).


The Rahmstorf/Foster paper is the one, you yourself linked to. It was the study you referred me to, saying it would explain better than you could, why the IPCC projections were correct. There has been a lot of discussion about that paper and as i've tried to explain, the study is fundamentally flawed.

That's why i was asking you, if you've have read it and if you are aware of its errors (or the discussion about it). If you did not know what i was talking about, then of course my post wouldn't make sense to you (hence your question for a link, i suppose?).

Help me out here. What happened?




posted on Jul, 16 2013 @ 07:13 PM
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To be honest I only noticed Foster's name in my search and didn't even look at the other authors... lol.
Sorry for the confusion.
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