Never been anything remotely credible denying the existence of global warming/climate change.
The real controversy has been over anthropogenic global warming. There are some that refuse to believe the climate could be influenced by humanity, or those who believe that the Earth has enough natural buffers to adapt to what humans have been doing. There are others who state that non-human influences so greatly outweigh the anthropogenic ones as to make the later trivial.
The article makes mention of AGW and how natural causes have been accounted for, and current data supports previous estimates of AGW caused by greenhouse gas emissions.
Of course, with changes like this, being so gradual relative to living memory, many people will never believe it, or possibly think that they could have contributed in any way to it.
Originally Posted by IcyPimpHand;15387982
I don't get the whole Global warming. Doesn't the Earth go warm then cold? Cycles?
Yes, there are natural cycles. Earth has been far warmer, and far colder, at various times in the past.
Nothing about the fact that natural cycles exist implies that humans cannot influence them one way or another. The point is that the climate now is not what it naturally would be without human influence.