Category Archives: Consensus

Distinguishing the academic from the interface consensus

by Judith Curry

We shed new light on the epistemic struggle between establishing consensus and acknowledging plurality, by explicating different ways of consensus-making in science and society and examining the impact hereof on their field of intersection. –  Laszlo Kosolosky and Jeroen Van Bouwel

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What exactly is going on in their heads?

by Judith Curry

Some interesting new research on understanding  why there is a lack of public support for the climate change ‘consensus’, the nature of the scientific consensus, and agendas in characterizing the consensus.

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Appeals to the climate consensus can give the wrong impression

by Will Howard

“Consensus” means different things to different people — and herein lies the problem.

 

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The 97% feud

by Judith Curry

An academic feud swirls around how best or even whether to express the scientific consensus around climate change.  

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Consensus angst

by Judith Curry

The public seems to have gotten the memo that climate scientists believe that humans are warming the planet, and the warming is dangerous.  They also don’t seem to care.

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AGU: Enforcing the consensus

by Michael Asten

I have decided to reject the submission based on the significant scientific consensus regarding the question of human-induced climate change. – Eos editor

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The Curry factor: 30 to 1

by Judith Curry

For balance, for every @curryja you would need 30 from mainstream. – Victor Venema

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