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(Phys Org2)   Don't concern yourself with statistical models, ice cores, or tree ring data? Perhaps you would prefer to see the solution to each problem as being detectable in the pattern and web of the whole?   (phys.org) divider line
    More: Interesting, Antarctica, massive ice sheets, Sea level, Antarctic ice sheet, sea-level changes, terms of ice, melting of ice sheets, Ice sheet  
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2020-11-25 6:24:34 PM  
The past is prologue.
 
2020-11-25 6:30:20 PM  
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2020-11-25 7:16:01 PM  
The problem with convincing people that climate change is real and that human activity is a contributing factor isn't the science. The problem is economics, in that it's hard to convince people to believe something when it's in their economic best interests not to.

/With apologies to Upton Sinclair
 
2020-11-25 7:44:56 PM  

Tyrosine: The problem with convincing people that climate change is real and that human activity is a contributing factor isn't the science. The problem is economics, in that it's hard to convince people to believe something when it's in their economic best interests not to.

/With apologies to Upton Sinclair


Except when it's also the science.
 
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