I didn't say you used propaganda. Read it again. I said 'they' use propaganda to spin things. 'They', meaning; those promoting human caused global warming/climate change.
I'm curious when I typed a 3 page reply to you? Was this in another thread? I'm sorry, I'm a bit confused here.
As far as the rest of what you said goes -- of course I have heard this argument and form of reasoning before but I do not fully agree with such reasoning because it has several logical errors. Not everything 'peer reviewed' is 100% fact. Science itself teaches us that it's not possible to know certain things with 100% certainty because new data could always manifest itself in the future. It's not science to trust papers and others peoples research. Science is the conclusions come to through observation, testing, and analysis -- then being able to repeat the process to get a consistent result. Computer models and theoretical speculations based on incomplete data are not science -- they are simply the guess work formed from the incomplete data. Yes, we can trust certain information when dealing with things in regard to poisonous plants -- and numerous other things -- because these things are so well established and known, and have been known for so long, that we have reached a point of perfect knowledge in those cases. But not all hearsay 'science' works this way. There isn't consensus on human caused climate change no matter how much the mainstream media and propagandists wish to claim there is. The voices of dissent get no coverage and they are silenced. But I've sought out those voices and they make highly compelling arguments which they back up with real data and facts. The climate change alarmists are basing most of their conclusions off of computer models and we know computers only produce what they are programmed to produce. There is no real way of knowing if the code in these simulations is flawed or not.
I could say a lot more on this but will stop here for now. If you wish to carry this on we can do so.
One more thing. I do agree that there is something weird going on with the climate and the weather the past 20 years. I'm 40 years old and remember the first 20 years of my life the weather being much more consistent. Summer's were hot, winter's were cold, fall was cool, and spring was warm. Now we seem to get much more dramatic shifts in the weather cycles. For example: I live in southeast Virginia and the past several summers have been decently mild compared to the 90's and 2000's -- excepting some extreme heat waves here and there. But over in the Northwest of the US it has been much hotter than usual in the summer -- until this year. Our summer this year dragged on and we even got some days in the low 90's in late September. Even early October we had some mid and high 80's, then suddenly fall came and things are normal atm. Meanwhile, in the Mid and North west they have had snow storms much earlier than usual. Our winters the past few years have been very cold, whereas the years before they were very mild to where we were having warm days even in December. All over the US, places that are normally hot have been milder, and places normally really cold have been less so. I'm sort of a weather geek and have followed the weather cycles in many areas throughout the world and have noticed these patterns everywhere. There certainly is something strange going on with the climate -- this, I will not deny. My position is that I have not seen enough evidence to convince me that humans are causing it. If we are, I still can't agree with the given solutions and I think opportunistic demagogues are taking advantage of this issue.