What Me Worry? Arguing With: It's the Sun, It's Freaking Getting Cooler, There's No Consensus, Climate's Always Changing

Abby Zimet

The Arctic could lose its summertime ice in as little as seven years, or perhaps not for a couple of decades, say scientists in a new paper on global warming. To those alarmed by such things and determined to convince climate change deniers they should be too, physicist John Cook of Skeptical Science offers 154 one-line rebuttals, with links to the supporting science, in response to the most common, if lame, 154 arguments that, hey, what's to worry?

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