New Republic: 'If the consensus had been only that greenhouse gases have some warming effect, there would have been no obvious policy implications at all'
Curry warns of the 'danger of a manufactured consensus on climate change to the healthy evolution of climate science. We’ve lost decades in climate science by failing to pay adequate attention to natural climate variability. By failing to pay adequate attention to uncertainty and natural climate variability, the climate community is facing the following prospect:
If that consensus is now falling apart, as it seems it may be, that is, for good or ill, a very big deal.'