I think that on the whole real climatologists are in general agreement about all this stuff. You're right that there are a lot of conflicting articles--but almost without exception the conflicting stories come from people who (a) don't know what they're talking about (a geologist is not a climatologist, for instance) or (b) have a dog in the hunt (are associated with some political or industrial organization that wants to confuse the issues).
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