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[T]here are three outcomes in these “internet discussion” situations:1. The other person one is debating has pre-conceived opinions that can never be changed.2. The other person realises that everything they believed before might not be totally true and gets angry, defensive, or worse.3. The other person realises that everything they believed in before might not be totally true and sends you 100£ as thanks.
There is a book of essays written by climate change sceptics. Go to Amazon and look for James Delingpole. You will see his book called "Climate Change - The Facts".
It will give you an insight into the views and arguments put forward by the sceptics.
You would really want us to believe [moderated: "someone"] like Delingpole, or any of his cronies, over countless scientists?