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Climate Scientists Admit Clouds are Still a Big Unknown

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Admitting some cloud error is as close as most climate modellers come to admitting their projections are not fit for purpose. Note the image is from Pat Frank’s paper about cloud error, not Paulo Ceppi and Ric Williams’ paper.

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