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Old 21-03-2019, 18:54   #241
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Re: Climate Change - record World temp. rises in Feb.

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Now, that is a really good, informative article which does answer my question. Thanks very much for that, Hugh.
Hopefully you've deepened your knowledge and you now agree with 97% of scientists.
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Hopefully you've deepened your knowledge and you now agree with 97% of scientists.
Scientists is a bit of a push.
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Re: Climate Change - record World temp. rises in Feb.

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Scientists is a bit of a push.
Not that much of a push though. That 97% figure comes from this paper - https://iopscience.iop.org/article/1...1/4/048002/pdf

Contributors to that figure come from surveys of literature published by earth and climate scientists as well as direct surveying. Figure 1 shows the correlation between expertise in climate science and the consensus on human-caused climate change.
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