Take a hike denier. These samples are all fluff pieces. There is not a single physical process paper in the above list. "How to communiate"? WTF is that? I have submitted papers on model process studies and not "how to communicate". I have presented at conferences my work and have listened to other researchers present their results. I have never seen or heard the term "scientific consensus" used since it has no meaning in the context of research. A title such as:
Good God man.....can you read? Each of these published articles uses the term consensus in the context of climate change in the title of the paper, let alone in the body. I didn't have to dig very deep to find such articles. Hence your comment:
I have never seen this term circulated at conferences and in scientific journal articles
simply points out that apparently you haven't read much.
The scientific consensus on GCR impacts on the atmosphere dynamics sounds utterly retarded.
It does indeed but probably because you just made this statement up. There is no such title listed in the papers that I pointed to. Not sure what point you are trying to make here other than apparently you can't read.
I have never seen or heard the term "scientific consensus" used since it has no meaning in the context of research
and I have never actually seen a red panda, although I am pretty sure they exist. I just haven't been someplace where I would run into one.
And there are lot's of scientists involved in climate research who use the term "consensus" in the context of climate research all the time. Here are a few quotes as examples:
The latest IPCC report makes no bones about stating the consensus that human-driven climate change is occurring and it is important.
Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, University of Queensland
That’s why there is a 97-98% consensus amongst climate researchers that human-caused emissions are causing global warming.
Professor Stefan Rahmstorf, Potsdam University
.the overwhelming consensus is that the globe is warming. The overwhelming consensus is that this is making changes to severe weather and rare events, be it heavy rainfall, droughts,
Dr. Greg Holland, National Center for Atmospheric Research
We’ve had over 100 years of scientists trying to prove this theory wrong, and there is close to unanimous scientific agreement on this as you’re ever going to find, with at least 97% consensus among scientists who actually work on the subject.
Professor Mark Cochrane, Geospatial Sciences Center of Excellence.
The chances that we’ve got it wrong, that the scientific consensus is wrong about this, that there isn’t a major human influence on climate — the chances that that’s the case seems to keep reducing as we get more and more data.
Dr Peter Stott, Met Office, UK