Doogles31731 Posted February 6, 2022 Share Posted February 6, 2022 I'm glad you've had a change of opinion. The assumptions being made were way off the mark. I belong to no group. I do not have an agenda. I'm curious about all things and I like to get notions straight in my mind. I find that I understand things better if the basics are correct. I like to understand the basics. I have had doubts about the basics of climate science since James Hansen's first proclamations in the 1980s. I was looking for the answers that came up in response to mistermack's question. I believe it's a very pertinent question, but I'll leave it for others at this stage. I think it happened somewhere between Tyndall and Arrhenius, so I'll be interested to see what other posters come up with. I think an answer will come out of the Wikipedia researcher's story on Climate Change. Meantime I have provided the link to a 2019 paper above that not only cites a questionnaire providing evidence that many meteorologists have doubts about aspects of climate science, but which also provides evidence that current models do not fit the ice-core temperature trends during the Holocene. The author has created a new model to accommodate that basic data. The source of that data in the reference list was from a 2013 source, but I found a 2018 reference showing a very similar graph when the data from 6 separate Greenland Ice Core Site samples were grouped. So I'm satisfied with that author's basic data. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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