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Old 02-25-2014, 08:24 PM   #42
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So far your examples are Richard Lindzen, who agrees that anthropogenic climate change is happening, but argues mostly about how bad it will be.
No Lindzen does not agree GW is man-made.

http://newmexico.watchdog.org/15128/...-presentation/


Lindzen does not side with GW alarmists ( which is the difference here) but that any warming is slight. I agree there is some change but is too little for alarm--in fact is beneficial. So do scientists who have signed the Oregon Petition Institute.

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And a discredited report paid for by the Heritage Institute.

You have discredited people and outliers.
Nope. In your opinion and reliance on logical fallacy. So, none of this is an argument for declaring there is a consensus among scientists. There isn't.
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