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Let's for the sake of argument, that the data in that chart is correct. What can you, me, the government of the whole world do about it?
Easy answer, nothing.
posted on 02/02/2013 10:42:04 AM PST
by M Kehoe
To: M Kehoe
Well, I suppose the first thing that to do, if the date in the chart were correct, would be for sensible people to agree that the claim that solar irradiance is the cause of global warming is not correct. That doesn't mean it's human-caused, of course, or that limits on carbon emission are a good idea, or any such thing. But we should be able to agree that claims which lead toward conclusions we agree with are still subject to the same rigorous tests that claims which lead toward conclusions we disagree with are. Let's make all the good arguments against the claims of global-warming alarmists that we can, but let's not just fall for any old argument that happens to look like it supports our position.
That's assuming the data is correct, of course.
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