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There is another option missing in the poll: I don't have an opinion.
Actually another one: We don't have a way to know for sure.

For me, the most interesting point is if the theoretical scientific framework. I don't know nothing about climate change. But I know about other computational simulation frameworks: namely conservation genetics, population genetics and spread of malaria drug resistance.

I owe the European Tribune a long post explaining my views, but for now I would say: trust this theoretical "science" at your own peril. Of course, more empirical evidence (of the type "there was always ice on place X but not anymore", falls in a different category, and is probably more trustworthy.

by t-------------- on Thu Nov 20th, 2008 at 07:24:35 AM EST

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