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I stand behind my "absolute agreement" statement, as that is an accurate description of the status in the field.

Its is also an easily provable statement, and has been proven time-and-time again. The consensus within climatology papers is absolute - 100% of papers which discuss the source of current climate warming identify the primary factor as anthropogenic (human) causes. When climatologists are surveyed, the consensus is 97%-100% agreement, depending on exactly what question is asked. A breif-ish summary can be found here.


Denialist organisations spend a lot of money and time trying to spread dis-information on the extent of agreement among scientists with regards to their certainty regarding the cause of global warming. Sadly, their disinformation seems to have made it too you.

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Nice graphic, did you gin it up yourself?
I note that your curve has an asymptotic approach to 100% 'agreement'
www.dictionary.com/browse/asymptotic
Which means that no matter how many 'experts' you get on board, you will never reach 100%
Which blows your original premise ("absolute agreement") out of the water.
As they say.'Nice try but no cigar'.
 

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so I think we might need a new topic for November. We can agree to disagree. when both sides are dug in it is time to shake hands and move on.

How about what are you planting for forage for next year.
 

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so I think we might need a new topic for November. We can agree to disagree. when both sides are dug in it is time to shake hands and move on.

How about what are you planting for forage for next year.
agreed, i will continue to believe what I want and from what research I have done, and I will respect what others believe, ( even though they are wrong)(LOL this was a joke so dont anyone get your undies in a bunch..LOL) and both sides are as you stated dug in to stay...

I bought a bunch of seeds for butterfly bushes and have started them to grow, they have just sprouted and hopefully by spring time they are decent size to plant outside,I also bought what they call " the bee tree" seeds and am in the process of starting them , again, the first batch that sprouted died, I think the soil had the little worms that eat roots, so started over with new soil..I also brought back from upstate milk weed seeds and a few bunches of golden rod, ill see if that continues to grow in the spring, the bees certainly loved all them yellow flowers and took all he pollen from them..
 

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Moving the forage discussion to a brand new thread, will post a link in a minute. Thank you all, I enjoyed the discussion.

agreed, i will continue to believe what I want and from what research I have done, and I will respect what others believe, ( even though they are wrong)(LOL this was a joke so dont anyone get your undies in a bunch..LOL) and both sides are as you stated dug in to stay...

I bought a bunch of seeds for butterfly bushes and have started them to grow, they have just sprouted and hopefully by spring time they are decent size to plant outside,I also bought what they call " the bee tree" seeds and am in the process of starting them , again, the first batch that sprouted died, I think the soil had the little worms that eat roots, so started over with new soil..I also brought back from upstate milk weed seeds and a few bunches of golden rod, ill see if that continues to grow in the spring, the bees certainly loved all them yellow flowers and took all he pollen from them..
 
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