I don't talk a big game. I follow the science in this, health, fitness, nutrition & all things relevant to me & my work. I see the VAST majority of Climate scientists see a danger in increasingly rapid climate change.You talk a big game. Mate this stuff is in recent peer reviewed journals. It's not something you'll find on a basic google search. If HurleyHepsHird doesn't take up the offer perhaps you'd like to have that bet?
Science is based on argument, peer reviewed research & unfortunately to some extent, politics.
One need only look at the example of the great 'smoking debate' over the causative effect of smoking on cancer to see the effects corporate interests can have. Money & greed speak all languages.
Many thousands of papers pointed to smoking as a cause of cancer. How hard the few paid scientists, lawyers & medical experts had to word against the smoking lobby's efforts to discredit them. Their lies & obfuscation caused countless extra lives & countless $millions in lost productivity & health costs. Let alone the misery of what they knew was addictive. They still fight the health lessons & messages.
So I take heed of the mass of research & of the huge concerns of the science community coming from such work.
Picking the odd recalcitrant is fine, if all it does is suit your belief system. In the end it will be the weight of the ecological, economic & health costs which will convinvc most of even the most obstinate know alls. Most, not all.
By then much damage will have been done on the poorest of us & huge costs & consequences for the rest of us too.