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50-Year U.S. Summer Temperature Trends: ALL 36 Climate Models Are Too Warm

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Given that U.S. energy policy depends upon the predictions from these models, their tendency to produce too much warming (and likely also warming-associated climate change) should be factored into energy policy planning. d

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