Tag Archives: Last Glacial Maximum

What does the Vostok ice core tell us?

Euan Mearns, who runs a blog called Energy Matters, had a post in 2014 about The Vostok ice core: Temperature CO2 and CH4. This post has apparently had 8000 reads, is probably one of the most read texts on the … Continue reading

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Physically plausible?

In my post about Nic Lewis’s latest estimates, I suggested that if his prior produces a posterior distribution that indicates that the ECS is more likely less than 2oC, than above 2oC, maybe he should consider a more physically motivated … Continue reading

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