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And Yet We’re Betting Trillions that the Models are Correct.

A new study from a paleoclimatologist at the University of Michigan presents evidence that the Pacific Ocean was not a significant source of atmospheric carbon dioxide during glaciation periods.  (google Methane Clathrate).

“Frankly, we’re kind of baffled by the whole thing,” said Oregon State University paleo-oceanographer Alan Mix, one of the co-authors. “The North Pacific was such an obvious source for the carbon, but it just doesn’t match up.”

“At least we’ve shown where the carbon wasn’t,” Mix said. “Now we just have to find where it was.”

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