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UK warmist admits: ‘We don’t fully understand the relative importance of’ factors that influence climate: ‘A range of factors have been pinpointed for what has come to be called the “hiatus” or “pause” in warming, which the scientists said they expected to be temporary’

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UK warmist admits: ‘We don’t fully understand the relative importance of’ factors that influence climate

http://junkscience.com/2013/07/22/uk-warmist-admits-we-dont-fully-understand-the-relative-importance-of-factors-that-influence-climate

The Financial Times reports: A range of factors have been pinpointed for what has come to be called the “hiatus” or “pause” in warming, which the scientists said they expected to be temporary. These include small airborne particles known as aerosols from volcanic eruptions that have a cooling effect as they reflect sunlight back into […]

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