Falsifiability

  • June 30, 2015 at 9:38 pm #1437

    Some queries I ask you to consider:

    1. As far as you know, is the Anthropogenic Global Warming (AGW) hypothesis falsifiable? In other words, does the hypothesis include (or has it ever included) an established set of testable predictions such that, if the collected real-world evidence ever fails to support the predictions, then the hypothesis must be rejected?

    2. In your own mind, is there any conceivable fact or set of facts, scientific or otherwise, such that if you came to accept them as facts, it would cause you to reject, or at least question the validity of, the AGW hypothesis?

    3. In your experience from where you’ve lived and anywhere you’ve traveled, and in the experience of your acquaintances who live in other regions, has the weather gotten warmer during the past 15 years, or cooler, or stayed about the same?

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