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THE THERMOSTAT HYPOTHESIS - WHY THE EARTH CLIMATE STAYS STABLE

Posted 16 June 2009

The stability of the earth’s temperature over time has been a long-standing climatological puzzle. The globe has maintained a temperature of ± ~ 3% (including ice ages) for at least the last half a billion years during which we can estimate the temperature. During the Holocene, temperatures have not varied by ±1%. And during the ice ages, the temperature was generally similarly stable as well. Here's why:

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