I’ve been posting a little bit (a couple of times) on the Patreon of our podcast lately. That’s a different experience! Not that it feels like anyone is reading (we have yet to find our first Patron).
At the moment, our posts are still set so that anyone can read them. I put one up today with some interesting figures of atmospheric carbon dioxide concentrations and average climate temperatures over the last 66 million years. It’s amazing what the paleoceanographers/paleoclimatologists can now reconstruct with a reasonable degree of accuracy and confidence.
Have a look! It’s really cool seeing how the Earth’s climate has taken a nosedive from high concentrations of carbon dioxide and dinosaurian warmth to low concentrations of carbon dioxide and a deep freeze with penguins, polar bears, and continental ice sheets at high latitudes.