Moyhu: climate feedbacks and circuits

There's a vair nice post at Moyhu called climate feedbacks and circuits.

I think it is particaulrly nice that someone competent has finally taken and shaken the gibberish about feedbacks that the EE's fling about so thoughtlessly and actually made some sense of it.

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