User talk:The Cunctator

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MfD nomination of Wikipedia:Replies to common objections[edit]

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I hope this is the correct method of doing this. I noticed you added some clarifying language to Quaternary glaciation on March 25th of 2014. Unfortunately, one of your sentences ends prematurely, and I do not know how you intended to finish it(else I would've just fixed it). The offending sentences: "Remnants of these last glaciers, now occupying about 10% of the world's land surface, still exist in Greenland, Antarctica and mountainous regions. The retreat of glaciers since 1850 is a consequence of the unequivocal warming of the climate system during the ." (Then two references) -- jtulley — Preceding unsigned comment added by Jtulley (talkcontribs) 03:45, 11 April 2014 (UTC)