Nearly three-quarters of Americans don’t trust that there is a large “scientific consensus” amongst climate scientists on human behavior being the cause of climate change, according to an in-depth survey on “the politics of climate” released Tuesday, October 4th, 2016 by Pew Research Center. Additionally, Americans were skeptical about the expertise of climate scientists. Thirty-five percent of Americans say the media “exaggerate the threat of climate change.
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I do believe in evolution. It is hard for people to believe in any kind of creator and in evolution at the same time. I consider myself a romantic-realist.
Theory of evolution is not science. It is only a theory among many. Scientific theories have under gone revisions from time to time. I believe this theory is only in its infancy. We are one fossil discovery away from upsetting the history...
Very much agree with Aime. Americans do seem to have a strange distrust of scientific methodology. I understand 93% of climate scientists worldwide accept the evidence of global warming. Incidentally Jack, evolution is science and it is a fact.
Still waiting for that "missing link" to emerge makes many people skeptical - then of course there is that pesky religion thing that sways public opinion too
CO2 rose steadily in the 1900s while temperatures went up and down. That already disproves CO2 as the cause.
Thank you for the reference. It is in depth (10 pages) and its aim as political talking point.
It doesn't matter whether it is a scam or real, there is nothing that people can do to change it. They may be able to make it worse, but what have they ever made better.
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