You do realize that this comment negates everything else you said:”There is tremendous uncertainty…
Bob May

. Weather is not climate. There are no studies showing a conclusive link between global warming and increased frequency or intensity of storms, droughts, floods, cold or heat waves. (r)So, just to give you n example, the writer tries to give you a sleight of hand by saying weather is not climate. This is akin to saying a drop of water is not the same as a pond, or river, or ocean. The difference is in quantity. So weather is indeed a part of, and related to climate and climate change. Some real science can be found here (and all the sub-pages:
Vital Signs: Carbon Dioxide
Vital Signs of the Planet: Global Climate Change and Global Warming. Current news and data streams…

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