2010-11-17 05:38:43Tropospheric temperature trends: history of an ongoing controversy
Albatross
Julian Brimelow
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 Hot off the press!  This makes for an interesting read.

 http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/wcc.80/pdf

 

 

2010-11-17 11:57:32Wiley paper
Daniel Bailey
Daniel Bailey
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Thanks!

The Yooper

2010-11-17 16:49:39Wiley paper
Albatross
Julian Brimelow
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No worries Daniel...happy reading.  I need an iPad so that I can read this stuff at bed time....
2010-11-17 22:11:15Ipads and peer review
John Cook

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I got the iPad months ago and I'm still in the honeymoon period. I was brushing my teeth the other night while reading the iPad (as you do). Had a sudden hankering to read Arrhenius' 1895 paper (again, as you do). Quick search, had it up on the iPad within 30 seconds while still brushing. Then I thought back to my Uni days. When I needed to get hold of a paper (which was on global warming and ocean heat, coincidentally enough), I had to catch a bus from Uni into the city, walk to the city library, track down a physical copy and photocopy it. These days, I can get a copy from anywhere in the house faster than the time it takes to brush my teeth. I love Steve Jobs :-)
2010-11-17 23:41:25
Ari Jokimäki

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Sorry for continuing this off-topic, but as someone who doesn't yet have iPad but I have been thinking of getting something like that, I would like to know if it makes a lot of noise (humming or something like that) so that the person next to me in bed is quaranteed to be bothered by it?

To get somewhat back to topic, I, by the way, just today published a Finnish language news article on this troposphere article.