NC Media Watch

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Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Global warming consensus questioned

Numerious Union letter writers have claimed there is scientific consensus on global warming. Dennis Bray, GKSS Forschungszentrum, Geesthacht, Germany has some doubts, based on detailed surveys.
One of the most heavily and most publicly contested scientific consensus in the last decade has been in the debate concerning climate change, namely if it is the result of natural causes or of anthropogenic activity. Using evidence from survey questionnaires distributed among climate scientists, the following suggests that consensus among climate scientists might not be as clear as sometimes depicted.
Bray’s analysis can be found in “The Not So Clear Consensus on Climate Change.” (Download .pdf here.)

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