The Most Influential Climate Study Fe...

The Most Influential Climate Study Few People Know About

There are 2 comments on the Bloomberg story from Feb 15, 2013, titled The Most Influential Climate Study Few People Know About. In it, Bloomberg reports that:

The moon obscured behind burning fossil fuels at an electrical power plant in Boston, Mass.

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Cypress, TX

#1 Feb 15, 2013
This is a must read because "decarbonization of the economy" is "a moral issue."

Warning: "80 percent of all fossil fuel reserves would have to remain untouched to prevent uncontrollable warming."

Cibolo, TX

#2 Feb 15, 2013
The paper's methodology was groundbreaking. It was the first to incorporate hundreds of "uncertainties"
in the climate system into a single climate model—factors that had never been modeled together or that hadn't been given proper weight in previous studies, such as radiative forcing or unknowns in the carbon cycle like how much carbon is stored in the deep ocean. In total, 400 environmental parameters were run under 1,000 different emissions
Got my attention but it sounds like more scientific science fiction.

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