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Thank you for starting this Substack and keeping it going with regular quality articles. I used to follow both of you on Twitter but I gave up on X and eventually I much prefer the Substack format.

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Another bit of good news, the North Atlantic record high temperature streak ended, https://climatereanalyzer.org/clim/sst_daily/ .

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If it’s not too late to avoid being cooked alive, don’t worry—we’ll wait till it is and reduce our current problem to the one about being cooked alive.

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Any chance of getting margin of error on those readings?

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So far, where I live has been more reasonable than 2023. I realize that's entirely anecdotal and is not useful from a climate perspective, but it has been a nice change.

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Happy Birthday, TCB, and thank you, Zeke and Andrew.

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You're welcome! Thanks for your comments and support!

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I understand that damage models are not updated monthly, :) but for clarity I think it soue be useful to comment on how the 2023 event and a more normal 2024 have affected or more likely have not appreciably affected the discounted present value of climate harm under a no additional policy projection compared to a policy regime that achieves net zero by 2050.

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