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2nd paragraph from end of page.
The third paragraph, first sentence, recommends an enhanced effort to understand the effects of human activity on Earth's climate. This sentence should be interpreted broadly and more specifically: an enhanced effort is needed to understand both anthropogenic processes and the natural cycles that affect the Earth's climate. Improving the scientific understanding of all climate feedbacks is critical to reducing the uncertainty in modeling the consequences of doubling the CO2-equivalent concentration. In addition, more extensive and more accurate scientific measurements are needed to test the validity of climate models to increase confidence in their projections.
Originally posted by Honor93
as a side note ... as much as some science wants to pinpoint emissions, no science body seems to even bother to investigate the impact deforestation had on GHG filtration then or now.
little science has investigated the increased volcanic activity both above and below sea level.
minimal concern or consideration has been given to the perpetual impact of GHGs released with increasing earthquake activity.
solar effects are just being contemplated and studied (hasn't been a solar max in awhile)
these factors are blatantly absent form every evaluation and, without looking at all factors, there should be no consensus.
where's all the science?