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This one’s not entirely off-topic. He mentions an important paleoceanographic / climatic proxy.
I’m sure this will be met with reasoned and civilized discussion. Doesn’t seem to be online yet.
[UPDATE: Here is the paper with a stable url that won’t go dead once PNAS moves it from the early edition. And I see a certain site managed three catty threads in a half a day on it before it even hit PNAS online. You’d almost think someone was a little… bitter.]