Spencer definitely makes points on his specific topics. He points out that modeling for usage of fossil fuels do not support alarmist concerns. He also discusses the lack of research in natural climate change. He completely fails to address any other direct or indirect contributors to climate change caused by man. Pure trash pollution, fertilizer pollution, run off and erosion from deforestation, over-fishing, industrial waste, etc. All of these things negatively impact the environment and contribute to climate change. Ask people from Florida if the increased revenue from sugarcane was worth the algae blooms destroying local ecosystems and revenue from eco tourism. Our climate is dependent on more than what Dr. Spencer describes in the atmosphere. Human's need for additional meat has caused an increase in methane production from livestock in surprising numbers. This has led to innovative ways of capturing and storing that methane for other uses. No you're not going to cause a hurricane from eating a burger, but that burger means less fresh water for humans and animals, fewer trees, less land, and more greenhouse gas. When I said before that there are a multitude of studies proving man-made climate change exists, I wasn't joking. Check google scholar and you will find thousands and thousands of studies supporting this theory. Yes, it is a theory and correlation does not equal causation, but there is more than enough legitimate evidence. The difficulty is proving in any tangible idea of what the impact is, how severe it is, and what the result will be. In any case, the result is inherently negative. When someone says that they don't believe in man-made climate change that is akin to saying you don't believe the earth is round and orbits the sun (Yes, I know the earth isn't a perfect sphere). Perhaps some time in the future we will find that the earth does not in fact orbit the sun, but there is plenty of scientific evidence to support this theory now. Again, it just isn't feasible to say that the climate isn't affected by humans. It is feasible to say that scientists cannot accurately measure Human impact on climate and have failed to provide meaningful studies to predict the effects we will have in the near future. The irony is that the people who say this also say that we should stop all research into man-made climate change. Many people have accurately criticized the CDC for being funded to conduct research which is not applicable to the organization's founding purpose. This money has essentially been throw away to produce a body of knowledge which has not been able to help with the current pandemic. This concern lingers with all federally funded programs. Who decides how the money is spent, and how much fraud, waste, and abuse can we accept? As always, it is the responsibility of level headed legislators to throw trash like the Green New Deal away and create valuable propositions to improve our country, including funding valuable research.