Blaise Pascal had the same problem with the people of his day.
“When we are accustomed to use bad reasons for proving natural effects, we are not willing to receive good reasons when they are discovered.” Pensées, Kindle Highlight Loc. 759-60Science is the constant discovery of new information. Every time you prove a hypothesis it just opens up new avenues of question. Old proofs are always open to reevaluation. At least that is how it is supposed to be. Climate science according to Al Gore and his ilk can pick and choose what to evaluate, set up computer models to produce the results they want, make money from their mandates and demonize anyone who tries to point out the obvious errors. It gives science a bad name.
So take the point that Pascal is trying to make and listen to all the good reasons why you might be wrong. The truth never hurts unless you have a lot of money riding on deceit.
homo unius libri