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A lullaby in memory of the late Professor Nils-Axel Mörner

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“Speaking of Bob Carter [the late geologist and friend of scientific truth], I still use Lord Monckton’s Bob Carter’s Peal as the ringtone for my cellphone. It is a lovely little piece, a moving tribute to Bob Carter and a recurring reminder of those scientists who have bravely taken the hard road of challenging climate dogma.

“No pressure, but any chance of a Mörner peal, Christopher?”

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