Scales of Justice
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Unless there are accepted ways of testing for attribution of climate effects (e.g. human-caused, natural variability or a measureable mixture), who can be sure they know the truth? Reliance on climate models, known to be strongly biased towards levels of warming that are not observed, can’t be the way forward.
Some seem to think man-made global warming is proven. Others believe there’s no evidence for it.
Neither is correct, argues John McLean at American Thinker.
Evidence exists, but, as people familiar with courts of law will know, what’s submitted as evidence is not automatically proof.
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