The paper Combining the Sources of Temperature Change ties natural and manmade events and processes to temperature change. This is a curve relationship study. I am using existing data: the numbers gathered by accountants, and scientists that work in diverse fields. I combine these diverse data to 'reflect' the shape of the temperature anomaly curve. With time and additional data, I hope they will be shown to 'drive' the temperature curve.
Stephan Lewandowsky wrote on the concept of climate conspiracy: An Anatomy of the Motivated Rejection of Science and Tania Lombrozo blogged about it. In short, his paper states: If you believe in conspiracy theories, then climate science is just another one. Clay A. Johnson said the same thing less scientifically and more broadly: Who wants to hear the truth when they can hear that they're right? Who wants to be informed when they can be affirmed?
I have simplified Lewandowsky's study with this "GWarmTest." The concepts and analyses are his. Any errors and faulty interpretations are mine. I suspect he had to narrow the scope of his study for clarity but his concept could be expanded to any conspiracy. For example, Any scientific fact that becomes political could be asked at the top of the test page and the skeptic (who sees a cover up conspiracy), the analyzer (who is willing to listen) and believer (of the scientific fact) would be sorted out of the same twelve questions. Results are shown in this table.
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