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Are we living in a warm peak between ice ages?

His pet peeve is “instant climatology,” in which he says people base an argument on just a few decades of data.

Ned Rozell, Alask Science Forum — Feb. 26, 2017

FAIRBANKS – As another major rainstorm hit California in February, downtown San Francisco surpassed its normal rain total for an entire year. Reservoirs in the high country were spilling over. So ended a five-year drought in the state that some people attributed to human-caused climate change.

Those pictures of dried-up California lakes bothered Syun-Ichi Akasofu, who recently gave a talk, “The Forthcoming Ice Age,” at the University of Alaska Fairbanks. He thinks we humans are perhaps living in a period of warmth between cold periods and we consider it normal. Mankind’s effects on climate, he said, are a minor act in a much grander play.  Continue reading here…..

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