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Yesterday I highlighted the paper The extra-tropical Northern Hemisphere temperature in the last two millennia: reconstructions of low-frequency variability, by B Christiansen of the Danish Meteorological Institute and F C Ljungqvist of Stockholm University which showed that using a multitude of proxy samples in the norther hemisphere, that:

“The level of warmth during the peak of the MWP (Medieval Warm Period) in the second half of the 10th century, equaling or slightly exceeding the mid-20th century warming, is in agreement with the results from other more recent large-scale multi-proxy temperature reconstructions.”

Now another paper, by Esper et al published in the Journal of Global and Planetary Change, shows that not only was the summers of the MWP equal or greater than our current warmth, but that the summers of the Roman Warm Period of 2000 years ago were significantly warmer than today.


The record provides evidence for substantial warmth during Roman and Medieval times, larger in extent and longer in duration than 20th century warmth.
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I wonder if they'll still agree to let us cripple our economy anyway?
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Why would he suicide?

He got those Leftist Conformist Followers to make him a very wealthy man via peddling Global Warming as a Religion.

LOL@the Left.

Gore's family makes it's money on Occidental Petroleum in the 1st act.

Then the money shot comes via peddling Global Warming and guilting Americans into lower standard of living.

JediG
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“The level of warmth during the peak of the MWP (Medieval Warm Period) in the second half of the 10th century, equaling or slightly exceeding the mid-20th century warming, is in agreement with the results from other more recent large-scale multi-proxy temperature reconstructions.”

Why can't people ever put the big picture together?

This is what allowed the Vikings to inhabit Greenland, establish farms, and grow crops. And the world and humans survived. All this before carbon emissions were all the rage.

JLC
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