The Statistical Probability That Climate Change Is Not Manmade Is 0.01 Percent

That climate science relies too heavily on models is one of the last arguments that climate change deniers cling to—many of them argue that proving climate change is manmade is impossible. But one researcher says he’s basically just done the opposite: he used statistics, actual observed data, and, most importantly, no computer models at all to prove that climate change has not been a natural phenomenon…. read the rest here

 

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One response to “The Statistical Probability That Climate Change Is Not Manmade Is 0.01 Percent

  1. Sadly, the deniers will continue to deny and make various excuses to explain away any form of scientific evidence.
    It seems that, in order to convince the deniers, we need a significant event to wake them up. Perhaps the continuation of the current Australian drought over the next few years might, sadly for the farmers, be just what’s needed!