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: The IPCC states that, "climate sensitivity is likely (66%) to be in the range 2°C to 4.5°C, with a best estimate value of about 3°C." Thus, climate sensitivity estimates where the mean does not exceed 2°C (low end of the IPCC range) or the high end of the range does not exceed 3°C (the IPCC mean) are considered to support skeptical arguments for a low climate sensitivity.
: The list is a bibliographic resource not a scientific argument.
Harold Brooks, Roger Pielke Jr., Roger Pielke Sr.) their paper(s) or results from their paper(s) can still support skeptic's arguments against Alarmism. Fred Singer * Addendum to A comparison of tropical temperature trends with model Predictions (PDF) (Submitted to the International Journal of Climatology, 2007)- David H. Also, all future papers that are added will be done using DOI URLs. Robock on "Climate forcing by the volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo" (PDF) (Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 32, Number 20, October 2005)- David H. When this list was first created the DOI system was incredibly slow and unreliable but since that time performance and reliability has improved to a point that we feel comfortable using them. Knox Climate forcing by the volcanic eruption of Mount Pinatubo (PDF) (Geophysical Research Letters, Volume 32, Number 5, March 2005)- David H. The purpose of the list is to show that peer-reviewed papers exist that support skeptic arguments and to be used as a bibliographic resource to locate these papers. Aeschbach-Hertig rebuttal of "On global forces of nature driving the Earth’s climate.
: This is absolutely false, as the list does not discriminate between competing skeptical viewpoints and the purpose of the list is clearly stated, "To provide a bibliographic resource for peer-reviewed papers that support skeptic arguments against ACC/AGW or Alarmism and to prove that these papers exist contrary to claims otherwise." Using this logic the IPCC reports are "cherry picked" because they failed to included most of these papers.
Supplemental papers include (but are not limited to): Addendums, Comments, Corrections, Discussions, Erratum, Rebuttals, Rejoinders, Replies, Responses, Supplemental Material, Updates and Submitted papers. When a significant new number of peer-reviewed papers is added the list title will be updated with the new larger number. Any known published correction will be included on the list following the original paper to show that these did not affect the author's original conclusions. (PDF) (Journal of Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics, Volume 32, Issue 1, pp.