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Some of the very scientists used to support some studies denounced them and were used.More than 97% of published articles that expressed a conclusion about anthropogenic climate change endorsed human-caused global warming.
Yes, scientific consensus can be overturned. But it’s not a vote, nor is it a debate. It is scientific evidence of equal or better quality and quantity than what established the consensus. And since science is not dogmatic and close-minded, there can be a glacial change from one consensus to another.
The level of scientific agreement on AGW is overwhelmingly high because the supporting evidence is overwhelmingly strong. The consensus is so clear that many scientists call it the “Theory of anthropogenic climate change,” which would mean it’s at the pinnacle of scientific principles, essentially an unassailable fact.
There are no national or major scientific institutions anywhere in the world that dispute the theory of anthropogenic climate change. Not one.