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  1. Isn't it a huge difference between something that can change (consensus in this case) and temperatures during medieval warm period that doesn't?
  2. If course, usually happens when something doesn't fit the narrative. A climate scientists vs a website where whoever wants to can edit. So when are you going to find a paper disapproving climate change?
  3. Consensus on consensus: a synthesis of consensus estimates on human-caused global warming https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1748-9326/11/4/048002#back-to-top-target
  4. Global Signatures and Dynamical Origins of the Little Ice Age and Medieval Climate Anomaly http://www.meteo.psu.edu/holocene/public_html/shared/articles/MannetalScience09.pdf
  5. Yeah some people just can't figure out the difference between the climate and the weather. 🙄
  6. Yes, it matters and it also matters that the study was from 2014. Lots of things have changed since then and it's after 2016 the consensus started to rise and this last year or so it's been pretty much 100%. Because we can see what's going on now. There are other options other than oil. They're still not good alternatives, they still need a long time to break down and they still produce CO2 while doing so. But they don't have oil in them. Oil does not need to be the answer to everything.
  7. Yes, I can give you an article ones I get back from work, don't have time to do it now. People have studied the climate for many many years. It might be that the term is new, but it's nothing new. There are more ways to make plastic other than using oil and more and more alternatives are being tested. Part of it is over-population yes. That is why even some goes as far as saying people should have less children. It's going to get even harder to feed everyone. We just don't have to derail the conversation into abortion (i'm assuming that was what Ben was fishing for). I am sure there are several other posts where that can be discussed.
  8. What does East Anglia have anything to do with it?
  9. Most likely the Medieval Warming Period wasn't a global event like it is now. Studies suggest the northern hemisphere was warm allowing vikings to sail further due to no ice. However the pacific was cooler. Plastic is a huge issue. We are breathing and even ingesting plastic at this point. But it is pretty clear that global warming is a fact and even the US is seeing the results of it now. It is no longer something that may or may not happen down the road. It is happening right now.
  10. Realized I was looking at the wrong column and it is too late to edit my post. They asked 19 climatologists and 53% of them agreed on climate change. Not very good study if they only asked 19 climate scientists.
  11. So if I understand it correctly they asked 6795 people, both climate scientists and farmers. Response rate among climate scientists were only 26%? Interesting considering other consensus studies show between 90%-100% consensus among climate scientists.
  12. The scientists are in agreement about man made climate change, just not to what degree we are to blame. There are several articles on that you can find. Let me know when you find one disproving it. Yes, big oil is spending a lot of money on "greenwashing".
  13. Funny, that's what they all say too. Guess you can't find one. The people who get cash from big oil are the non climate scientists who claim it's not man made.
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