A nice favorable mention today in an article by Bob Carter in the Daily Telegraph today.
Bob Carter is an Australian geologist, who has carried out extremely interesting analyses of clnmate variability over the past 3.6 million years. I showed one of his graphs here -scroll to the bottom.
This is not an entirely unbiased article, as Bob was the first person to encourage me to pursue research in this area back in mid-2003 when no one had ever heard of me, I’d never written an accademic article and was just musing on the internet. He emailed me to say that I was looking at proxy issues in a different way than anyone else and that what I was doing was worthwhile. We’re about the same age, I’ve met him in San Francisco at both AGU conferences that I’ve been at and we get along famously.