Friday, May 28, 2010

The climate change debate is in a difficult place where the people arguing don't understand the details of what's happening (e.g. fluid dynamics, the reflectivity of clouds, etc.) so all of us uninformed folks have somehow made a decision on joining a side. I understand very little of the physics of climate change, but if lots of people are willing to spend their lives looking at a problem involving lots of painful math, that's a good indicator that climate change is a real effect.

3 comments:

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Bob said...

Science and history has shown, with little doubt, that climate change is/has always been the process. Is it some modern and sudden occurrence? Climate changes every 24 hours, weekly, monthly, yearly and on and on. Its largest cycles IE. 1000 10,000, 1,000,000, 10,000,000, little is known, only that cycles are integral in climate. Can humans change the climate? Possibly. Can humans control climate? Only in small cubicles (homes).