New world media coverage was featured in Nature magazine around the world to find that the oceans warmed dramatically faster than he thought of – but now the researchers have drawn attention to that conclusion after a man in the United Kingdom fed for shortcomings found in the paper.
Just two weeks after its publication, the study authors have revised their paper, and now come to the conclusion that the oceans warm up quickly – but at the same rate as it is Other measurements have been found.
A joint study author took responsibility for the error. "I accept responsibility for these oversights because of my role to ensure that the measurements are understood and correctly matched by coauthors," co-author Ralph Keeling's study wrote in an explanation of the review.
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The first time was discovered by Nic Lewis, a retired British man, who has a degree degree in mathematics from Cambridge University and who reads science papers for fun. He has also written a few published newspapers on climate science.
"I have always liked to understand the world and check if people's research makes me sense. Once I find something wrong to me, I'd like to get to the bottom," said Lewis to Fox News.
Lewis said that the event should be a careful story.
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"I think it shows that the fact that a study is being reviewed by its peers and published by a leading journalist gives little certainty that his findings are valid," said Lewis.
"I was astonished that the peer reviewer or editor did not see what seemed to me an obvious red flag on page 1 of the paper," he added.
Lewis said that the reviewers who approved that paper could have looked closer about errors because the collection agrees with the typical belief that global warming is an extreme crisis.
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But everyone involved, including Lewis, agrees that greenhouse gas emissions have been made with warmth / oak-made fabrics.
"People with the impression that the errors in this paper do not doubt if the interior of the sea is heated. It's obviously wholly or mainly because of house gas emissions human glass, "said Lewis.
The co-authored study who has taken responsibility for the error has also made that point.
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"The evidence for oceanic warming continues to be backed up by millions of orange temperature readings made by Argo's international network of sensors," said Keeling at Fox News.
The Argo sensor network includes almost 4,000 worldwide floating marine observations. The study by Keeling and co-ordinators sought to estimate sea temperature in a different way – "using atmospheric oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) measurements … which increases as & The sea heated and released gas. "
Keeling said that such a study still had some value.
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"Our study still provides independent evidence that the sea is warming up. We accept that our approach does not determine how much warmth is just as precise as we thought of," added Keeling.
Keeling also acknowledged Lewis for identifying the error.
"The scientific process is self-corrected when mistakes are being made or new evidence is discovered." Hits to Nic Lewis for her role here, "said Keeling.
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Although the Earth has heated – government data shows that the planet is almost 2 ° F warmer than in the 1970s – researchers such as Lewis make sure climate models are not so great and can be upset by warming up.
"Climate science is suffering from politics," said Lewis to Fox News. "The idea of consensus and models is too infectious … it's likely that warming will be less severe than global climate models say."
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