485 Scientific Papers Published in 2017 Undermine Supposed ‘Consensus’ on Climate Change

 A broad survey of climate change literature for 2017 reveals that the alleged  “consensus” behind the dangers of anthropogenic global warming is not nearly  as settled among climate scientists as people imagine.

 Author Kenneth Richard found that during the course of the year 2017, at least  485 scientific papers were published that in some way questioned the supposed consensus regarding the perils of human CO2 emissions or the efficacy of climate models to predict the future. This underscores the “significant limitations and uncertainties inherent in our understanding of climate and climate change.

FULL LIST of peer reviewed studies questioning the CO2 climate change consensus

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