Re: Human vs. natural influences on the environment
email@example.com (Jeff Owens) wrote for all to see:
>There are thousands of subjects we do not have full understanding
>of, but that should not stop people from trying. Knowledge is
>gained by suggesting a model and then trying to disprove it.
>The real issue here is: do we have enough information to suggest
>models. The answer from the scientific community is a clear YES.
While I think it is always worth it to build models and to test them
(otherwise, I would have been in some other business), I do not
believe that means we must act on the output of these models at this
time. If you have some reason to believe that the models under
discussion are accurate, tell everyone about those reasons.
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