I have read dozens of scientific papers. I have talked with numerousYeah, it does seem tough to argue with this guy. I mean, you could say "he doesn't contradict anything, he just levels a broad claim of conspiracy and says 'he's sure!'", but then again, he does seem SO sure. And offended. Plus that's a LOT of papers to read (literally dozens!). Those things can be really long too.
scientists. I have studied. I have thought about it. I know I am
I know the EPA, UN, World Meteoroligical Association, Nobel Comittee & Big Media, are all in cahoots anyway, but it does seem like it might be worth taking a look at some of their findings.
Wait, better, than above is the summary for policy makers (read: people reading this blog):
Be careful when you read this though, don't let their cold scientist-like objectivity cloud your vision. Remember to ask yourself the 4 questions that determine scientific validity:
- "Are they 'offended' by reports to the contrary?"
- "Are their opponents engaged in a 'conspiracy' against them?"
- "Are non-believers 'wackos'?"
- "Are they really, really convinced they're right?"
If these aren't true, it's probably not good science.