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One thing climate models have agreed about from the beginning, is that if anything winters ought to warm more than summers. Wahl et al. claim to have found the opposite but only on the eastern side of the Mexican Gulf, in the West they show the annual amplitude to decrease. So what?
Boulanger et al. use a strange way of interpreting summed probability curves: High values for humans mean there were many around and they were thriving, high values for mammoths indicate climate driven kill-off. Without this unusual interpretation of the facts, those data show mammoths disappearing just when humans arrive and right in a healthy recovery phase after an earlier bottleneck.
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