Many consider the science of climate change to be complex and largely unknown. This is not the case and the science is mostly known and relatively easy to understand. It only becomes complex when attempting to reconcile the data and known physics with biased expectations.

Researchers often stop their analysis once they see the results they expect. This has led to many false conclusions about climate change. It's important to continue examining the data until everything it tells us is understood.

The scientific method includes modifying the hypothesis when it doesn't fit the data. This must include adjusting expectations, which many seem to have forgotten.