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Climate Physics is up and running. People involved in these initial weeks are helping us to get a solid start and some initial content ready for an official launch day. Thank you!
We need people to sign up and add content. Introduce yourself at the Meet and Greet forum. Speak up to welcome a few others. Have a look at the guidelines, then start a thread, or contribute to someone else's thread, in "General discussion" about something frivolous. Give ideas and suggestions and problems in "Feedback". Write about a recent or an important paper in "Published papers". Try your hand at a "Tutorial". And also, if another thread by someone else looks interesting, add something to it!
We need people to put a bit of work into getting the board active and humming in these early days. You can help off-site as well, by blogging about it, or blogging about an interesting thread.
There will be a public launch of the new board in late June or early July with some special events. By then the board will hopefully be working spontaneously and we can all relax a bit at a job well done to get it going... and I will remove these distracting notices.
Ideas or suggestions for Climate Physics forums may be added in the feedback forum without registration.

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Our aim is to support substantive discussion of the science of climate, especially the underlying physics. We focus on ideas that have been published in the conventional scientific literature. This still allows for all kinds of competing ideas to be considered, while hopefully avoiding distraction from ideas that have no credible basis.

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Climate science

Regular Forum Tutorials
A place for tutorial style topics explaining some aspect of climate science.
Estimating the impact of carbon dioxide on… May 19 2010, 03:31 PM, By Alexander Harvey
Topics: 4 Replies: 9
Regular Forum Published papers
Threads focused upon a specific published paper in climate science. The first post of a thread in this forum must include a reference to the paper being discussed.
Ramanathan and Coakley (1978) May 24 2010, 02:09 AM, By apsmith
Topics: 4 Replies: 4
Regular Forum Climate science discussion
Topics in climate science, on the actual ideas, proposals and criticisms being used or considered by working scientists.
Published comment, and reply, on Gerlich a… Jul 27 2010, 08:40 PM, By Terry Oldberg
Topics: 11 Replies: 51

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