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How much global warming should IPCC’s next report predict?

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Mainstream climate scientists have been busy in the last two years, publishing updated climatological data in time for IPCC’s forthcoming Sixth Assessment Report. The availability of those recent mainstream data provides an opportunity to derive from them the midrange equilibrium climate sensitivity to doubled CO2 (ECS) that IPCC ought to be predicting on the basis of those data.

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