Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Coincidences influence the onset and ending of ice ages

(University of Copenhagen) An analysis of the so called climate spectrum shows why the ice ages have not behaved precisely as the models predict. A large element of coincidence is involved when an ice age begins or ends, the analysis shows. Peter Ditlevsen from Physic of Ice, Climate and Earth at the Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen says the results imply we should maybe use a more conservative risk assessment then the one IPCC recommends. The result is now published in Climate Dynamics.