That source only accounts for 10% of the total requirement IIRC.
Think there is as little cherry picking of data given they left out the 60-80's, which was a cold period?
Are you cherry picking data to get the results you want?that's what scientists do. they cherry pick the data to get the results they want, in order to get the funding ,they need.
no . I'm not looking for results.Are you cherry picking data to get the results you want?
While I don't doubt that it happens, there are plenty of scientists who are good folk and are trying to do right. I wouldn't paint with such a broad brush just because it doesn't support your view.
Data from 5 independent organizations with the funding and people to analyze the data?that looks like cherry picked data, from a few who agree . climate change is not without debate among ,so called scientists as the pro pundits claim' there is plenty of doubt
Listened to Fin and TR IV.
I'm struck, as always. TR takes a private plane to Alaska. Then jumps a commercial plane to prudoe. Then of course makes the snarky comment about prude bay after which he flies to Artic national.
He's in Wyoming talking, he flew here to fish.
But is very opinionated in what we need to do. Us normal folks with out cars and cows.
Gore, Decaprio, AOC, Warren, Sanders.
It's fascinating that the problem is a car or a cow, told to us by folks with multiple houses all over the planet that "commute" via personal plane, or limo.
It rings pretty hollow, and makes it easy to point out that the biggest "voices" of man-made climate change sure seem to make a boat load of money preaching, yet live entirely counter to their "beliefs".
I am old enough to remember the .com bubble, where everyone blindly dumped a gazillion dollars into a scheme.
As I watch California burn, and electric cars sitting in parking lots because the power is off, while folks burn gas in there generators, and rent gas cars to commute hoping the power fed from Utah coal into lines out of Delta Utah, gets turned back on, "the crisis" ain't about scientific consensus. It's about an ACTUAL replacement.
Covering millions of acres in solar panels made in China, subsidized further by tax money, only to fail over and over, ain't it.
As of today, reactors are the only alternative that actually works large scale. But they ain't sexy, and they ain't subsidized enough.
I believe in warming. I'll believe it a crisis when the plan to fix it isn't average Americans suffer while the "woke" folks further their personal greed.
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I don't think we want to go the way of the dinosaur though (unless you are Gianforte who believes we were walking with dinosaurs). The fact we can manipulate the environment gives people hope that we may not have to go extinct. I guess if you are a cockroach, turtle, dragon fly, or alligator you should be fine...but to ensure the status quo of today, it would be in our best interest to probably try to avoid the ice ages and major climate shifts.How about looking at a longer period of time:
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