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Climate Research From Briffa, Esper, Jones, Moberg & Mann All Confirm The Extreme Medieval Warming

Filed in Bank Gold, gld, Gold by on May 12, 2010 0 Comments

During U.S. Senate testimony (2005), evidence was presented that revealed multiple studies supporting a consensus that the Medieval Period experienced extreme warming that matches or exceeds any modern, post-1970’s warming. The multi-graph below represents the research from major climate researchers that was presented at the Senate testimony. It’s of interest to note that none of these scientists are considered global warming “skeptics.” (Source of multi-graph from 2005 testimony.) WRH permalink

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CLIMATEGATE – Jones feels not so unusually hot, after all

Filed in Bank Gold, gld by on May 9, 2010 0 Comments

Now even Climategate’s Phil Jones, of the infamous Climatic Research Unit, concedes this warm period isn’t so unprecedented after all. CO2 Science reports on his latest joint paper: In the words of the seven scientists, “temperatures during the warmest intervals of the Medieval Warm Period,” which they defined as occurring some 900 to 1300 years ago, “were as warm as or slightly warmer than present day Greenland temperatures.” WRH permalink

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Mann has a new paper: he apparently discovers the Medieval Warm Period

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Mann has a new paper: he apparently discovers the Medieval Warm Period

Sorry no graphics, no abstract or paper (not published yet, due Friday the 27th, I hate it when they do this) the Penn State press release was rather spartan. So I’ll provide this one showing Mann’s previous work where the Medieval Warm Period doesn’t much show up at all: So here’s the question, the press release

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