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Take a Deep Dive into Paleoclimatology

Climate activists and contemporary climate scientists typically look at the past hundred, three hundred or perhaps thousand years of climate change and draw their conclusions based on that.

Paleoclimatology takes a look at the distant geologic past.

For those who enjoy a deep dive into science, here is a three part series by Tom Gallagher, MSc, geoscientist.

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

7 Comments

  1. Climate Sense Paul (@Real_Science007)

    So far I have only viewed Part 1. It was long and had me glued to my computer for 3 hrs taking notes. I can honestly say that this is the best podcast I ever saw in my 20 years of climate change research, it was especially timely with a good mix of ‘science’ from simple enough for lay people to complex enough for the best scientists to ponder..The game changing excellent quality scientific data, even published by the AAAS in ‘Science’ completely debunks all the claims from the IPCC on how the climate was never as severe as it is today, and that it can only get worse if we pump out more carbon dioxide. \

  2. Paul Schmidt

    Excellent if not game changing.

    Paul

  3. Paul Schmidt

    So far I only watched Part 1 and that was a ‘game changer’ for me and potentially for our cause. I was glued to my computer for 3 hours and I can honestly say that this was the best podcast I ever saw in my 20 years of climate change research, it was especially timely with a good mix of ‘science’ from simple enough for lay people to complex enough for the best scientists to ponder. While the subject was Paleoclimatology, is was all about historical and ancient changes of climate and CO2 and why and when and how. His conclusion was that “There is no relationship between CO2 and Temp that is consistent with geologic data”. A very interesting Podcast that completely debunks all the claims from the IPCC on how the climate was never as severe as it is today.
    Paul

  4. Paul Schmidt

    So far I only watched Part 1 and that was a ‘game changer’ for me and potentially for our cause. I was glued to my computer for 3 hours and I can honestly say that this was the best podcast I ever saw in my 20 years of climate change research, it was especially timely with a good mix of ‘science’ from simple enough for lay people to complex enough for the best scientists to ponder.

  5. Paul Schmidt

    I was glued to my computer for 3 hours and I can honestly say that this was the best podcast I ever saw in my 20 years of climate change research

  6. Paul Schmidt

    My very complimentary comments were not posted, is there a limit of characters?

  7. Paul Schmidt

    I was glued to my computer for 3 hours and I can honestly say that this was the best podcast I ever saw in my 20 years of climate change research

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