Understanding Global Climate Change
I think global climate change is real and is a threat, and that we need to take action to prevent it. I am taking action, as I think the issue is too important not to.
But (I hope) I’m not a “believer”. I could be wrong, and I am determined that my opinion will always be based on evidence.
My goal for this area is to summarise the issues as objectively as I can, based on hard evidence, and avoiding logical fallacies. It’s a bit of a work in progress. There are many, many resources out there, many of which duplicate what I’m doing here, and I’ll be using those as a starting point.
In the sidebar to the right there is a list of subtopics under “Global Climate Change”. Sorry, it’s a bit hacky at the moment.
Currently up for examination are the following:
FOR ME TO DO:
- summarise existing discussion points on Pascal’s Wager, Al Gore’s article
- add discussion topics
- break this page up into subtopics
- read Fielding/Wong discussion, analyse
- Finish watching “Scientists who lie”, analyse
WHAT YOU CAN DO:
- suggest subtopics
- analysis of Fielding/Wong discussion, “Scientists who lie”
- other analysis
I currently have the vague idea of removing links to any article once that article is completely broken into subtopics (ie. no longer provides any raw data or logic that is not also discussed directly).
Also, while the articles may contain heated rhetoric, I will try to avoid doing so here.