Now let me say this about that:
If not, it's because AGW contrarians hide from anything that forces them to produce rational responses in writing. They fear it because it exposes their weak underbelly, no substance, just a lot of flimflam.
Then as if to highlight the hopelessness of attempting to communicate with one of your persuasion you lob that idiotic religion meme at me. Religion is a belief system, our climate understanding is based on a huge body of scientific facts - even if you choose to ignore most of it and misrepresent the rest.
Please do tell me which argument of your's I've ignored, as I recollect you kept conflating a farmer's greenhouse with how greenhouse gases behave in our atmosphere which invalidated the conclusion you cling to.
Here again, it is so easy to say stuff that sounds good, but you offer no evidence. Where do you get that information? Remember how I'm always sharing more information because my goal is to help folks learn about what's happening - how about you offering a few citations that support your claims.
Wow, now that is really amazing. Do you listen to yourself? Think about your previous words "AGW science a religion" yet, now you go making an absolute statement, brimming with certitude.
You offer many claims, but no independent supporting evidence, still you project absolute certitude in yourself - another cornerstone of religion.
But, your arguments need to measure up to my preexisting understanding and available information, if they don't I get to try to explain why I think you're wrong about something; both with my own arguments and with reference to authoritative sources of independent supporting evidence.
The deep question:
Why Do Many Reasonable People Doubt Science?
We live in an age when all manner of scientific knowledge—from climate change to vaccinations—faces furious opposition.
Some even have doubts about the moon landing.
Will this ain't religion, it's real: