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Poll - If you were a supporter of decarbonization before reading the essay, please state your new view on climate change ...

180 Votes in 715 days
Created 9th October 2015 - 7:46 AM
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It was rubbish. I didn't believe a word of it and really didn't give it much time.
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I read it carefully and strongly disagree.
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24%
It made me think, but I don't have time to spend on it, so overall it didn't really change my view much.
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It did make me think and challenge my assumptions. I'm going to spend some time learning to understand the issue better.
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8%
I find it difficult to support my previous belief in the global warming story, but I really don't have time to do much about it.
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I found it very convincing and will try to have conversations with others about this.
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39%
Other
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I am allready NOT a supporter of decarbonization
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You are of course entirely correct, speaking as one of of the original KoD's I can only applaud your enlightenment. Massive Kudos for speaking out so publicly. g1lgam3sh
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I have known that AGW was a scam ever since 2004, but talking about it doesn't change anything. Greenery is a religion. If talking about a religion changed anything, we'd all be Jehovah's Witnesses...
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Accurately stated my position on CAGW
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Didn't believe in the false consensus to start with. Well written factual essay, which will not convert anyone. It's religion now, you'd have better luck converting one of those door-to-door missionaries to satanism. Also, you've just proven that you
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I wasn't a supporter of decarbonization before reading this.
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I already know more than 90% of what you have said and am aware of many other facts that falsifies the GW/CG bogey !
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non supporter of decarbonization
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I have already taken your journey and reached your conclusions. From realclimate to Watts up with that and Climate Audit
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I already knew everything you wrote about
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As a Ph.D. in Nuclear Physics, I have always been a skeptic. I am constantly reminded of the scientific world's rejection of Einstein's Theories of Relativity until they were verified by experiment.
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Spin over substance, finding facts is the hard part. lots of factoids ;(
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I largely disagree with your analysis of the science. I'm in about 80 percent agreement as to what we should do.
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I already believed AGW was a political weapon and the science was not settled
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N/A- was not a supporter of decarbonization
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Never supported decarbonization
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was not a supporter of decarbonization
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I knew what you found out. Took many hours of reading, Heartland was important. Good work
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Did not address the basic question: Do greenhouse gasses reflect / retransmit infrared radiation? If so, there is a greenhouse effect; if not, there isn't.
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I had read enough of the cited sources to have reached similar conclusions to yours, SANS your more-nuclear-power stance. Everything else, you were singing to the choir for me.
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i was not a supporter
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Global warming is real but not dangerous
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Never believed in warming
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I was a skeptic already, and I found your essay nicely summarizes the case against decarbonization. I am a scientist in another field of research (biomedical) with 120 peer-reviewed publications and I found it absolutely shocking when I began to exp
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I have been an AWG skeptis for about 10 years. At first I thought I may be alone on this subject but as more former believers have become skeptics, I feel more secure in my beliefs.
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I have tried to convince many friends that the issue is not CO2. This is a good and welcome synopsis.
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I have long held the same positions that you layout in this paper. It's been quite evident that the fix is in for quite a while.
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Not a supporter
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I was already skeptical, but you laid it out better than anyone else I have seen. Great job, Dave!
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It made me think, but overall it didn't really change my view much. I'm going to spend some time learning to understand the issue better.
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I wasn't a supporter of decarbonization.
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I noted a lack of hard science and a strong bias in the way the proponents of the two sides were described - b
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I found it a well-written summary of basically the same conclusions I had come to on my own.
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Dont want to skew your survey - but I was already sceptical as I have a science background and have done a great deal of modelling in engineering and I read as much as I could on the subject. The moment someone states the science is settled you know
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I was well aware of most of what you presented in this post, it was well put together and well written and I commend your efforts. Unfortunately the state of this issue is the norm and not the outlier.
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CO2 absorbs and re-emits longwave radiation (Tyndall). Satellites have measured the wavelengths of long-wave radiation leaving the Earth (upward radiation). Scientists measured the influence of CO2 on both solar energy and long-wave radiation. They
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I read it carefully and mildly disagree
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I was not a supporter of decarbonization before...
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States much of what I already believed.
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This article only enforced my own personal conclusions, other than democrats are beyond
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This article only enforced my own personal conclusions, other than democrats can't
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This article only enforced my own personal conclusions, other than democrats
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This article only enforced my own personal conclusions, and strengthened my resolve. It did alter my belief that democrats are completely irrational however.
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