Finally–Prominent Global Warming Scientist Expressing Doubts About Climate Models’ Forecasts


Man-made global warming forecast of high temperatures and high sea levels, for example, that indicate global catastrophes to come are the product of computer models. That the projections of the future by these models do not match reality has not escaped the skeptics.  Up until now, this fact has been ignored by most of the warmers.  However, a posting in “Nature, International Weekly Journal of Science” published 10 July 2013 quotes leaders of the man-made global warming theory casting doubts on the products of these models. Gavin Schmidt, Kevin Trenberth, Doug Smith, Stefan Rahmstorf, and Noel Keenlyside are expressing doubts.  If you actually follow the science and not the press releases, you know that these scientists are solidly in the warmer category.

And speaking of the current research that hopes to make these models believable, the posting writes this:

“Even advocates have no illusions about the challenges ahead. Kevin Trenberth, a climate scientist at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, Colorado, says that it could be a decade or more before this research really begins to pay off in terms of predictive power, and even then climate scientists will be limited in what they can say about the future.”

Sixteen years of no statistically significant global warming has finally forced the aforementioned scientist to face reality.

And now can you explain to me why we have politicians that want to spend vast sums of money, cripple economies, and punish poor people in an effort to prevent a future predicted by computer models that have no credibility?

cbdakota

h/t to WUWT.com

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