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Feb 11, 2019
5:03:58pm
SolidBlue Starter
So, is it fair to say that consensus is inconclusive?
After all, prior to the belief that humankind was the biggest offender of green gases wasn’t volcanic activity considered the largest producer of gases such as carbon dioxide?

It seems to me that if that type of data isn’t included or can’t be tracked or hasn’t been tracked then due diligence is still required. Furthermore if due diligence required how can a consensus be agreed-upon without a certain degree of Skepticism involved?

I’m really just blabbering here. They’re very well may be info that I’m not aware of. I don’t mean to come off argumentative I just think it’s OK to say the assumption that all the data is in and points in one direction is a faulty assumption.

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