Answer by Nigel Currie
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Climate change/global warming has occupied considerable public and scientific attention over much of the last two decades. An apparent majority of scientists, politicians, environmentalist lobbyists and the public have deemed greenhouse gases, and especially carbon dioxide, as polluters responsible for plunging planet earth into a climate crisis with dire consequences. The verdict has already been handed down even though the trial is still in progress. All that remains is for the evidence to be selectively collected to vindicate the verdict and justify the concern and considerable expense in saving the planet. The problem is that the broader body of evidence does not support the verdict. The strength and weakness of science lies in its ability to use data to make predictions. Faulty data that omits or undervalues the contribution of water leads to fundamentally flawed climate change modelling and a retrial is demanded.
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