[ExI] Phil Jones acknowledging that climate science isn'tsettled
rafal.smigrodzki at gmail.com
Wed Feb 17 16:59:10 UTC 2010
On Tue, Feb 16, 2010 at 5:25 PM, Christopher Luebcke <cluebcke at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> The peer-reviewed science (which, as has been clear for some time, is not always a guarantee of accuracy), does not all agree. So that doesn't settle the issue.
> No, but almost all of it supports the positions that the Earth has been warming over the last century, that the warming has primarily been caused by mankind's introduction of greenhouse gasses into the atmosphere, and that this warming trend will continue, with projected results over the next 100 years ranging, roughly, from pretty bad to catastrophic in terms of human suffering.
### Did you ever read any of this peer-reviewed literature?
Most likely not, since if you did (as I did), you wouldn't have
written the paragraph. In fact, only a minority of peer-reviewed
literature actively endorses the statements you made, and most of this
has been produced by environmental activists who infiltrated CRU,
GISS, and NOAA.
Give me a reference to a peer-reviewed primary research paper showing
manmade global warming and I'll give you two disagreeing with it.
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