I just bumped into an interesting article on the Skeptical Science website entitled "10 indicators of a human fingerprint on climate change".
I think the last paragraph is great and provides a bit of perspective for non-scientists about science and climate modelling. I thought I would share it with you all.
"Science isn't a house of cards, ready to topple if you remove one line
of evidence. Instead, it's like a jigsaw puzzle. As the body of evidence
builds, we get a clearer picture of what's driving our climate. We now
have many lines of evidence all pointing to a single, consistent answer -
the main driver of global warming is rising carbon dioxide levels from
our fossil fuel burning."
Food for thought.