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Old 12-05-2010, 08:23 AM   #152 (permalink)
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Sure, the majority of scientists could all be wrong. But in general the scientific process used in all areas of natural science work in the same way. If they got the right answer about atomic structure, evolution, plate tectonics, dinosaurs, the structure of the solar system, where the oil came from, medicine, etc. etc., then it is pretty good chance they are right about global climate change.

And of course you can criticism them. That's how the process works! But if you are going to actually change the science, you need to present the arguments that convince the majority of the scientists working on global climate change.
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