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QUORA POST#45

Posted on: September 25, 2021

A QUORA QUESTION

How should we tackle climate change? Nature as we know it is under going systemic and gradual destruction.

MY RESPONSE
That nature is undergoing “systemic” destruction by climate change is something I had not seen before. Do you have a citation or a link to your source? What kind of destruction exactly? And how was it determined that the destruction was caused by fossil fueled global warming and that climate action will solve this destruction issue?

I should also mention nature has survived many hundreds of glaciation cycles and in between glaciation cycles the relatively brief interglacials have gone through violent warming and cooling cycles at 100 to 1000 year time scales. The current warming is the fifth warming cycle of the Holocene. How is it that nature is still around and not destroyed? To ignore all other interglacial warmings and limit our study to a chosen warming period contains a bias as explained in the linked documents below.

See also

DATA SELECTION BIAS IN CLIMATE SCIENCE
LINK: https://tambonthongchai.com/2018/08/03/confirmationbias/

A CRITIQUE OF THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD BY CLIMATE SCIENTISTS

Scientific reticence hinders communication with the public about the dangers of global warming. It is important that policy-makers recognize the potential influence of this phenomenon.
https://tambonthongchai.com/2020/10/09/a-data-selection-bias/

COP21: James Hansen, the father of climate change awareness, claims Paris  agreement is a 'fraud' | The Independent | The Independent

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