The research that they are doing on climate change where they have come to a conclusion and then go out and find the evidence to support?

conclusion is the wrong way to do research? The best way is not to come to any conclusions till you have gathered all the evidence and change your conclusion if further evidence shows that your conclusions are wrong

Justin Thyme

It's political, climate scientists that are sceptical about it get no grants to study it.

Spock (rhp)

couldn't agree more


Lots of science is conducted that way. Neil DeGrasse Tyson is one of the worst offenders.


the research shows that as CO2 goes up so do global temps . during earths hottest period the 100 million year carboniferous epoch , when even the arctic was tropical , CO2 levels were as high as 363 ppm . due to humans putting 200 billion tons of CO2 into the air year after year , on 12 21 12 atmospheric CO2 hit 400 ppm and the graph is going almost straight up . this has triggered a very rapid , runaway , irreversible , greenhouse effect . the earth will get hotter and hotter until we are like venus - 600 degrees F at noon . we have less that 20 years before earth becomes uninhabitable ( worldwide crop failure from the heat ) . the deniers die too .