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How a Fiction Novel Helped Bush Shape Climate Policy, and Why a “Self Correcting Earth” on Climate is Meaningless Slang

 

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  1. […] we face, such an expression is pure semantics, and meaningless. (Much like, if not even more so, the myth of the self regulating earth for man’s climatological benefit,as if the earth would target the climatic range that […]

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  2. […] we face, such an expression is pure semantics, and meaningless. (Much like, if not even more so, the myth of the self regulating earth for man’s climatological benefit,as if the earth would target the climatic range that […]

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  3. […] But the hiatus re-analysis wasn’t heavily relevant to the bigger issues we’re presented. On the other hand, it does add clarifying information; and continues to increase our body of knowledge regarding the process of climate and, in particular, temperature modeling. Something which then in turn, is itself often misunderstood. And of course, incorrectly used to try to refute climate change  as part of a broader pattern of trying to reinforce a belief or “view” by any argument possible, rather than the dispassionate, objective assessment it professes, and believes itself to be. […]

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  4. […] climate is sensitive and changes easily except, well, to man’s influence alone. And instead, in response to man’s influence, it “self regulates,” as if for our sp…, and even though it’s a ball of rock hurtling through space that reflects the geophysical […]

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  5. […] And instead, in response to man’s influence, it “self regulates,” as if for our sp… – and even though it’s a ball of rock hurtling through space that reflects the geophysical forces acting upon it. […]

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  6. […] what’s even more remarkable about this whole “pause” fiction, among the many fictions of climate change “skepticism” over these same last few decades: as our world ocean […]

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