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New peer-reviewed paper finds the ‘hot spot’ predicted by climate models doesn’t exist — Published in Geophysical Research Letters

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The authors “suggest that the vertical amplification of warming derived from modelled simulations is weighted with a persistent signal, which should be removed in order to achieve better agreement with observations.” Most likely, that “persistent signal” that “should be removed&quo t; from the models is the core assumption of an anthropogenic ‘hot spot’ present in all climate models.

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