Why do you refer to Skeptics as "the naysayers and the members of the flat earth society" as reported by cns news?
The Flat Earthers were/are people who did not accept reality in the face of indisputable evidence. Surely, if you are pushing the falsified AGW hypothesis in the face of indisputable evidence, you should use the "flat-earther" euphanism on yourself and your co-believers in the man-made global warming hoax.
You say: "if it turns out that they’re wrong, then we are risking nothing less than the future of the entire planet." Surely, as your Warmists are trying to lower atmospheric CO2, you are risking nothing less than the future of the entire plane.
CO2 is greening the planet (link, link) and, in fact, too little carbon dioxide will destroy the Earth.
Do you realise, when you say: “Ninety-seven percent of the world’s scientists tell us this is urgent,” you are quoting very flawed studies? See link, link, link. Surely you were aware that these studies were flawed, falsified fables? Or is this another example of your flat-earthedness?
During his presidential campaign a decade ago, the League of Conservation Voters called him (Kerry) an “environmental champion” who “strongly advocated for U.S. participation in the Kyoto accords [the global treaty that required industrialized countries to reduce “greenhouse gases” emissions] and other international environmental initiatives.”You attended the UNFCCC meeting in Kyoto in 1997 where a general agreement was made to reduce CO2 and other greenhouse gases in order to contain or try to stop runaway global warming.
* It took all of one year for the member countries of the Framework Convention on Climate Change to decide thatthe Convention had to be augmented by an agreement with stricter demands for reducing greenhouse-gas emissions. The Convention took effect in 1994, and by 1995 governments had begun negotiations on a protocol -- an international agreement linked to the existing treaty, but standing on its own. The text of the Kyoto Protocol was adopted unanimously in 1997; it entered into force on 16 February 2005.Do you realise that, for some strange reason, there has been no significant global warming since that conference?
Despite claims of scientific consensus, skepticism and doubts remain.
For instance, after more than 1,000 professional engineers and geoscientists were surveyed on the issue, a study found that only 36 percent fitted into a group that “express[ed] the strong belief that climate change is happening, that it is not a normal cycle of nature, and humans are the main or central cause.”
The rest of the respondents expressed skepticism – in varying degrees – about the causes of climate change, the scale of the risk, and the accuracy of IPCC modeling. The survey results were published last year in a peer-reviewed scientific journal.BINGO! There goes your 97% (again.)
So, please reconsider: who is the Flat Earther?