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Why does the US have a uniquely large population of climate change deniers? What are the primary driving factors in the US contributing to this, compared to the rest of the world?
I think it is worth bearing in mind that in the present day we seek to criticise what our politicians do. We do so by analysing things which are going wrong in our lives and then seek to place a blame. Its a perfectly natural human response, and our view of government and politicians influences us when we decide that it is government policy that has us hard done by. This isn't just in the US, this happens in any liberal democracy. We are always critical of the present day politicians because we can identify something to be critical of with ease. Whilst when we analyse former politicians who no longer have an impact on our lives we do not think of them as badly as we did when t were in office. For example, there were many people who disliked Gordon Brown while he was PM in the UK (2007-2010), but now in hindsight people aren't so hostile. I believe this transcends borders and political systems. In conclusion therefore I would definitely suggest that we are more critical. US politicians aren't great, but if people understood the political context better then the sense of perspective t draw may endear them more to current political figures. For example, many political figures of the past advocated slavery or opposed female suffrage, and the fact that opinions like that have been removed from political discourse is a good thing. But fundamentally politicians were pretty bad in the past, however we just don't feel the ill effects of it right now, and allows us to be less negative about them, or even nostalgic.
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But here's a prediction for our discussion. According to an article today on my blog, that prediction may not hold up. The author claims that the models are showing more warming than IPCC predictions. However, it is important to remember that “climate sensitivity” (the warming that will happen if we double levels of GHG in the atmosphere) is only supposed to be below 1, with the real IPCC sensitivity being above 3 C. So it is impossible for climate models to predict more than 1 C of warming when that 1 C corresponds to the same CO2 and temperature in the atmosphere as the temperature in lava or the CO2/temperature in CO2 bubbles. Now of course that has been well established in science. Just today, a paper appeared in the journal Science confirming that the models were right. However, let's look at the article and the science. What.