Yes it is there for all to see: http://ipcc-wg1.ucar.edu/wg1/wg1-report.htmlOSLO said:Whoever reckons the "brainboxes don't agree" really haven't looked at the evidence. The vast (i.e. > 90%) of the entire science base (that is: climatologists, oceanographers, cosmologists, environmentalists, etc) affirms that the acceleration in the pace of climate change is man made. There is not doubt. It is there for all to see.
It's an interesting read, don't bother with the shortened report for policymakers, that's nothing but soundbites for politicians, now read the real report! If 32 scientists is 90% of the scientific community we have a problem! Climatologists can't even agree that they are using an accurate mathematical model for current world weather so how you came to think that 90% of them agree on anything is beyond me. I've done some work on one of the world climate models used and can assure you it is built on assumption after assumption. It is called a model for good reason it is constantly being adjusted, as the Earth reacts to changes the model is tweaked to mirror those changes, it's not even reactive it reacts to our interpretation of the reaction, (it's subjective hence my cryptic addition of that famous poem most scientists know only too well). The temperature extrapolation from ice core CO2 content is also, surprisingly, an assumption.
Whilst the work all of these scientists are putting into predicting climate change is interesting, groundbreaking in some cases and important; by believing they are certain is as naive as believing they are wrong. The truth falls somewhere in the middle. I stand by my comment about the diaries of farmers and monks incidentally, this link may help you comprehend the difficulty in measuring world temperature today, let alone accurately extrapolating what it was a thousand or more years ago.