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Within the United States, bipartisan progress on climate change has essentially come to a standstill. Conservatives frequently doubt the findings of climate science; liberals frequently disbelieve that any rational human can doubt the scientific consensus on climate change. The issue has become so politically noxious, it has essentially foreclosed discussion between liberals and conservatives. Given the impotence of past strategies to catalyze productive conversations, we explore a differentdoi:10.17605/osf.io/s8a7z fatcat:og4z2q6nqbfovotbwtllkqhsja