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C3 Editor

Send me a chart of your temperature forecasts going out to, let's say, 2025 or 2030, with an explanation of what the forecasts are based on.

Like I have done for Scafetta, I will post your chart (if I understand conceptually what the chart represents).

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Dr Norman Page

IT is likely that the recent temperature peak ( About 2003 in the SST data) is the result of more or less synchronous peaks in the 60 year and 1000 year natural cycles. For forecasts of the coming cooling based on this useful working hypothesis see the series of posts at
http://climatesense-norpag.blogspot.com
Until the natural cycles are fully accounted for it is not possible to estimate any possible anthropogenic effect. All the evidence suggests that it is minimal as in the article above.

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