Originally Posted by W*GS
So, the science is wrong, but you don't have evidence for your opinion, and won't bother to learn.
That's cute, but another one of your tired logical fallacies.
It's not only like the weather. It is the weather.
"Science" (as you like to monolith it) can't predict Denver, Colorado's temperature two weeks from now. Too many variables. Not even counting the global ones.
Now that doesn't mean someone can't try to make that prediction. And technically, an honest effort at that prediction would still be "science" But in all likelihood that "science" will be wrong.
And any meteorologist worth a damn would tell you not to make plans against his 10-day forecast. Because it's an educated guess. (Like climate models)
Anyway, anyone who conflates "science" with "certainty" has zero clue what they're talking about.