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  1. #1 Royal Society issues new climate change guide that admits there are 'uncertainties' 
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    The UK’s leading scientific body has been forced to rewrite its guide on climate change and admit that it is not known how much warmer the Earth will become.

    The Royal Society has updated its guide after 43 of its members complained that the previous version failed to take into account the opinion of climate change sceptics.

    Now the new guide, called ‘Climate change: a summary of the science’, admits that there are some ‘uncertainties’ regarding the science behind climate change.

    And it says that it impossible to know for sure how the Earth's climate will change in the future nor what the possible effects may be.

    Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencete...#ixzz111KbbsQM
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    LOL! Uncertainty is no bad thing in science; it's just another factor.
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    An epiphany? Well, maybe sorta.........

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    So, what's the opposite of a Consensus?
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    So, what's the opposite of a Consensus?
    A combined voice yelling "BULLSHIT" :D
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