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Climate Past Far From Settled: 7 Major Temperature Reconstructions Find No Agreement

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As a rule of thumb, the larger/smaller the pre-industrial temperature changes, the higher/lower the natural contribution to the current warm period (CWP) will likely be, thus, reducing/increasing the CO2 climate sensitivity and the expected warming until 2100.

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