1) Stop insulting people. Maybe it is that the arguments where not convincing enough, or simply wrong.
I don't see how the argument can be any more clear or convincing. There's research going back almost 200 years on the topic of greenhouse gases and their impacts on climate. It's older than relativity.
2) The doomsday predictions that do not happen demolishes credibility
There are no "doomsday" predictions in any peer-reviewed publication. Things will get unpleasant if not prepared for. But there isn't one single scientist who says that this will be the end of the human race. If you want some scientific projections on the impacts of climate change, take a look at the latest IPCC report.
3) Revolutionary speech ("deniers"? "denial"? what scientific language is that?) does much more harm that help
But that's what they are. They're not skeptics, as real skeptics have real fact based arguments to counter prevailing theory. REAL facts, not garbage easily debunked by high school statistics.
What do you call someone who believes the Earth is only 6000 years old? What do you call someone who thinks ID is real science? What do you call people who think the Earth is flat? I would think denier is the least offensive term you can use.
4) Changing definitions and arguments do not help also: change means increase in extremes, but the original argument and studies used median temperatures? now in winter is climate change but then in summer it will be global warming again? the polar bears will go extinct in 2010, no, wait, in 2012, no, wait, in 2013, no, wait, in 2014... in the mean time, the climate scientists studying the phenomena got trapped in ice? The arctic disappears but the antarctic grows and the explanation is *global* warming?
Ignorance is not a counter argument to scientific results. The IPCC report can be quite enlightening in regards to climate changes and results. Yes, a warming world will actually end up increasing the Antarctic sea ice due to a combination of effects (increased fresh water runoff, changes in ocean heat transport, etc.). A naive person would equate the Arctic with the Antarctic. A SCIENTIST knows that they are different systems and should be treated accordingly.
5) Instead of name-calling and political agendas, the scientific argument must be addressed: How something with a (comparative) small influence of less than 0.01% of CO2 in atmosphere has such importance in models when something much more important (H2O as gas cause hothouse effect but as clouds increase albedo!) that is so complex that a really small variation in the model can cause huge changes in results gets no attention?
Again, stop using ignorance as an excuse. Back in the early 1800's Fourier (yes, that Fourier) established greenhouse theory. Since then, it has been studied and refined. There is a LOT of information on the subject of atmospheric composition and forcings, most of it well beyond your comprehension more than likely. A couple of google searches though should turn up enough on the subject to give you a general idea.
But to use an anology, think of the climate as two 1000 ton weights perfectly balanced on a seesaw. Add 1 gram to one side and what happens? The weights and seesaw represent the energy balance of the Earths climate system; on one side you have the incoming energy and on the other you have the outgoing energy. If you have more incoming than outgoing, you get a warmer planet. If you have more outgoing than incoming, you get a cooler planet. It doesn't matter how small the change is. If it is persistent, then the balance changes and climate along with it until it reaches a new equilibrium. Basic thermal dynamics.
why the uncertainty of the most important factor in climate (the amount of radiation in the sun) is not shown in uncertainty in the results?
You truly are completely oblivious to climate research, aren't you? Do you honestly think climate scientists don't account for solar variations? Insolation is one of the key components of any climate model. It's in every single output product. Even in "toy" climate models like EdGCM.
Those 2 really basic problems with the underlying theory never seem to be explained, lets not talk about more complex and subtle ones... instead, the results are presented as dogmatic-religion certain and whomever is not convinced is so a "denier" (I suppose the term "heretic" was considered too reveling). That the predictions does not concur with the observed results apparently is not important: "is a sort-term fluke", but whatever short-term observation that DOES concur with the predictions is considered a very important factor.
You think this way because your research and knowledge of the topic is about as deep as a mud puddle. Worse, it's clear that you want to remain willfully ignorant of the topic. That's your choice of course, but your arguments have all the strength of a wet tissue paper.
You keep bringing up naive questions and points, all of which have been addressed in the research and/or summary reports on the science. I assume it's because of bias and not illiteracy that you chose not to bother researching the topic.
Attacking arguments not to the arguments themselves but only saying that they come from big-oil-lobby makes people suspect you come from the green-tech-lobby, the nuclear-lobby or the whatever-lobby, and in the end does not accomplish anything useful
The same PR companies that went against the science saying smoking is bad, asbestos is bad, CFCs are bad, etc. are the same ones being employed now to spread FUD and misinformation in regards to climate change. Once again, major business interest will go to great lengths to protect their profits. And don't even try to say climate scientists/green energy is even on the same field. Exxon makes more in a single quarter of profit than NASA's entire yearly budget allocation (let alone just the climate research segment). And that's just ONE company.
I've been around long enough to have seen this movie before. I know how it's going to end. The corporations will try to snowjob the public (again) and ostracize the science/scientists (again) for as long as they can until things get so obvious/bad that the general public starts calling for heads on platters.