100% of scientists do not believe that man mad C02 emissions are responsible for climate change?
Lolz, did my post infuriate you so much that you had to go look for a climate change thread and post under it? Greenhouse gases can be a contribution but is it for certain the cause to climate change we currently experience? well its more complicated then that. As we can not isolate a single variable outside lab conditions we do not know what fluctuations occur in the natural environment, such variations as the tilt of the earth and solar flares (la nina, el nino as temporary reasons) can be the reason behind such warming. We can not rule that out as there is so little we know, and after all... we make hypothesis that have to be proven, we assumed them to be true before hand but that does not mean that it is true. We know H20 is the largest greenhouse gas contributing to global warming so to speak and methane as the most potent. C02 is widely considered the sinister gas for this fear mongering, but as we know, we need C02, its what the plants breathe. Solution if there be a need is to plant more vegetation and leave carbon sinks such as the Pripyat marshes alone, that's what I believe is driving climate change, the destruction of our marsh lands/peat lands and forests/rain forests, more so then greenhouse gas emissions.
In the scientific community...we got a problem, too many are being paid to come up with data and hypothesis to support agendas in exchange for grants, often data is being fabricated to suit these agendas... so when it come down to something as politically intertwined as climate change it can be difficult to access what is true and what is *********. Just because something is published does not necessarily mean it is correct, there could be many flaws that need continual work on to be assessed.
(3 years study in ecology, environmental science and physical geography)