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For those of you who would like to actually listen to 3 scientists and an associate editor for U.S. News and World Report discuss the issue of global warming models and the implications of those models, you might want to listen to this 15-minute broadcast from Voice of America. (You'll need RealPlayer)
Original post at ClimateScience by Dr. Roger Pielke, Sr., who participated in this discussion.
"Robert Corell, program director at the H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment.For those of you who are hoping for a really grim picture of the global warming future, you may be just a little disappointed. But cooler heads prevail in this interview... pun intended.
Bret Schulte, an associate editor for U.S. News and World Report who writes on environmental issues.
Roger Pielke, Sr., a senior research scientist at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Dev Niyogi, an assistant professor of earth and atmospheric sciences at Purdue University and an Indiana state climatologist. ”
The short interview was very well done and effectively summarizes several of the issues on the diversity of views on climate change.The video link will only be available until next Thursday evening but the audio and transcript will be available indefinitely."
But I think I'm feeling some warming here. I wonder if it is CO2 or just some old-fashioned cloud cover.