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Science / Reliable sources of information and scientists?
« on: November 06, 2018, 04:48:41 PM »
Hopefully I'm posting this in the right place.
Like the title says I wonder if there is a general opinion on what source or what scientists it's best to follow when it comes to climate change? As someone who only can follow the basics and not see the errors in the science around it, it's very easy for me to believe things at face value and this makes me incredibly confused at times.

 For example I first started out reading things on Guy Mcpherson, but it wasn't a couple of weeks after that someone told me his info was not correct. Same with Sam Carana, but besides these controversial characters I don't know whether or not I should be following Paul Beckwith or other scientists with more dire predictions?  I lost a lot of hours in the evening reading posts and watching  videos that say different things and it's difficult to know what's right or wrong, so I hope someone is willing to send me in the right direction, or give me an explanation on who not to follow.

Thanks for reading!

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