Phil Stevens wrote:Greg, it's not faith if we can measure it. Got a thermometer and some spare time?
Chris Kott wrote:Greg, there are actual, physical pictures of glaciers a hundred years ago that are fractions of their size. Countries with major shipping interests have been drooling over the possible opening of the Northwest Passage north of North America.
This isn't futzing with data points. There has been measurable glacier and ice cap loss. The fact that errors in previous calculations were discovered and corrected to accord with other, independent sources of information, ice core data and dendrochronological data among others, doesn't indicate a conspiracy.
Brian Rodgers wrote:I'll add that my wife and I enjoy watching videos from Suspicious Observers on Youtube as well as their site https://suspicious0bservers.org/ We are also aware that there is a number of in my opinion, really far out there thinkers following this site, that's fine too, no judgement from us. The point of our watching is simply the wonderful charts and video he collects from around the world. Ben also has some impressive credentials Ben Davidson
We also love the way he sums up his daily videos with, "Eyes open, No Fear." The videos of the Sun in various wavelengths are mesmerizing. The videos of lightning storms crossing the continents are incredible too.
I see no reason to not think outside the box when it comes to astrophysics, simply because out there, where we've never set foot, it is all conjecture.