Climate change 21

What can we do for climate change when some are so willing to lie and exaggerate?

The most relevant question about the "settled" scientific view on climate change is still the same as it was a hundred years ago, the question of whether the Earth should be described as "warming up" or "cooling down." It's not as straightforward a question as we are now used to, and it's not easy to answer. Scientists who have studied the phenomenon are divided. Those who see the Earth as warming, and those who see it as cooling, tend to be scientists at the leading research universities in the United States and elsewhere in the world.

One reason scientists' views diverge so considerably lies in the nature of the climate research itself. The research being done now isn't "settled" in the way we expect it to be. It has the potential to change drastically, or nothing at all. It isn't a matter of "experts" making a decision on that matter.

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