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Following O’Keefe et al. there was a strong anthropogenic climate influence even before the Younger Dryas and the Holocene. And again it had little or nothing to do with carbon dioxide. With today’s forest fires rising as steeply as then it’s imperative to concentrate on the real reasons and influences instead of useless distractions.
From Rains it seems that the causes for Maui’s devastating fire were mostly anthropogenic in origin. But then again they have little to do with warming and nothing whatsoever with carbon dioxide. As so often the single issue scare prevents dealing with the real issues.
Strandberg et al. offer a third study, also on anthropogenic climate influence and also emphasizing land cover changes as far more important than any slight carbon dioxide effects may have been.
Stagnaro et al. is hard to assess. Nowhere can I find any hint about how their
“numerical ability” was graded to a scale of zero to one and they do not tell us how the participants distribute among the groups chosen. Of their nine questions seven are primary school banalities, where anything less than 100 % would suffice to exclude participants as unable to understand and answer the simplest of questions, and the other two are easy but slightly confusing to anyone not accustomed to that kind of depiction.
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