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Error in big climate study revealed – heating not higher than expected

A major new climate study in the journal Nature has gained worldwide media coverage to find that the oceans warmed…

A major new climate study in the journal Nature has gained worldwide media coverage to find that the oceans warmed dramatically faster than previously thought – but now scientists have withdrawn the conclusion after a man in Britain blogged about shortcomings he discovered in paper.

Just two weeks after the publication, the authors have revised their paper and are now making the oceans heat fast – but at the same rate as other measurements have found.

A study writer took responsibility for the error. “I accept the responsibility for these beliefs because it was my role to ensure that the details of the measurements were properly understood and recorded by co-authors,” wrote co-authors Ralph Keeling in an explanation for the audit.

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The discovery was first discovered by Nic Lewis, a senior British man who has a bachelor’s degree in mathematics from the University of Cambridge who reads scientific papers for fun. He has also written a couple of own publications on climate science.

“I’ve always wanted to understand the world and to check if people’s research is meaningful to me.” When I found something that seems wrong to me, I like to get to it, “Lewis Fox News says.

Lewis said that the event should act as a precautionary story.

AL GORE WILL HAVE “I think it appears that the fact that a study is peer reviewed and published by a premiere journal gives very little assurance that its results are valid, “said Lewis.

]” I was a little surprised that neither peer reviewers nor the editor had discovered what seemed to me a clear red flag on page 1

of the paper, “he added. [19659003] Lewis said the reviewers who approved that paper could have watched

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But all involved, including Lewis, agree with to manmade greenhouse gas emissions are the heat in the oceans.

“People should not be left with the impression that the flaws in this document are doubtful whether the marine interior is heating. It seems to be wholly or partly due to people’s greenhouse gas emissions,” said Lewis.

The study author who took responsibility for the error also made that point. ] DAMAGE CLIMATE CHANGES WARNING: 12 YEARS UNDER We Are Sentenced

“The Sea Warming Evidence continues to be supported by millions of temperature readings throughout the oceans from the International Argo Network of Sensors,” says Keeling Fox News. [19659003] The Argo network of sensors consists of nearly 4000 fleets around the world observing the ocean. The study by Keeling and his co-authors tried to estimate sea temperatures in a completely different way – “using atmospheric oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (O2) measurements CO2) … which increases as the sea heat and releases gases. “[19659003] Keeling said such a study still had some value.

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“Our study still provides independent evidence that the ocean is warming. We accept that our method does not determine the amount of heat as we previously thought, “Keeling admitted.

Keeling also acknowledged Lewis to point out the error.

” The scientific process is self-correction when mistakes are made or new evidence is detected. Hats off to Nic Lewis for his role here, “Keeling said.

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While the Earth has warmed – government data show that the planet is almost 2 ° C warmer than in the 1970s – scientists like Lewis make it so that climate models are not so big and can exaggerate warming.

“Climate science suffers from being politicized,” told Lewis Fox News. “It’s too contagious on consensus and models … heating is likely to be less serious than global climate models say. “

Author Maxim Lott is Executive Producer of Stossel TV and creator of ElectionBettingOdds Com. He can be reached on Twitter at @MaximLott

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