> we know climate change is happening
Amy, over the last 30 years what predictions have the scientists gotten right? I can list a dozen they’ve been wrong about. Following the scientific method, we can’t assume as theory is credible until it passes some tests to validate it. If you won’t follow the scientific method, you are denying science.
If we move beyond science (since you probably don’t have a clue about that), what predictions have activist been right about? Ice-free arctic? Polar bear decline? End of snow in the NW US? We’ve had plenty of predictions from activists, and credibility depends on being right at least some of the time.
So, what have scientists or activists been right about in the past that leads to you trust predictions on the future? Or do you deny that the scientific method should be applied to climate science?
Here’s Leonard Nimoy’s narration of climate change in 1978:
The scientists say that climate change is settled science but they can't say if boys are boys, or maybe girls, or something...