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To the Reply: My best attempts obviously failed to convince others of the need
to initiate a necessary dialogue between geoscience and engineering disciplines
in solving many global warming and climate change problems. However, I appreciate my contibutions were published for readers to consider. Thanks and good luck in your future activities in the Antarctic.

13 04 2009
Jeff Id

David Hagen provided an excellent link on the Air Vent which other scientists created a very similar plot to figure 8 using surface station and Ice core data.

Climate Models Overheat Computer analyses of global climate have consistently overstated

13 04 2009
Geosul

The tip of Antarctica that appears to have most of warming corresponds closely to Penguin and Deception Islands which are volcanos.

Other volcanoes are also present.

http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/21/world/21volcano.html?_r=2&refer=science

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majorhazord Your comment is awaiting moderation

Hi guys,
I have only two undergraduate degrees, neither in math. I love science, but my ignorance of math precludes me from any real contribution here. But, I would like to make an observation. Al Gore probably knows less about global warming than most of the people that… didn’t… vote him into office. Before his Epoc making movie there was real dialogue between opponents and proponents of global warming. His movie so politicized the topic and so polarized the debaters and so visually mesermized the populace that now the liberal media has been able to almost totally exclude any real science from what little debate remains. I am saddened by this. Not just because we plan to allocate billions of tax dollars to chase the illusive GW butterfly, not just because if we catch it we wont have a clue what to do with it, but because it reveals something very sad about us!
If we let politics dictate science, where will it all end? Style over substance, sadly, is to be expected in the political arena. But, if research funds can be so easily diverted by a single politician’s audio-visual event, what other areas of our socio-economic-scientific lives will be next? I wonder what whimsy our leaders will decide to throw our tax-dollars at after this? In what new arena will debate be stiffled?

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