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In my experience, the best way to reach an audience of neophytes is to provide them with a deductive proof of the fact that the appearance of a climate crisis is based upon an application of the Fallacy of Misplaced Concreteness by the argument made by a cellmate model under which an "abstract" event of the future for Earth's climate system is mistaken for a "concrete" event of the future for this system, where an "abstract" event of the future is "abstracted" (removed) from a location in space and time whereas a "concrete" event of the future has such a location. Details such as the results from the runs of climate models on super computers are superfluous.

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