Climate “Scientists” Telling Big Fat Lies

Big Fat Lie: “Sceptics who still doubt anthropogenic climate change have now been stripped of one of their last-ditch arguments: It is true that there has been a warming hiatus and that the surface of the earth has warmed up much less rapidly since the turn of the millennium than all the relevant climate models had predicted. However, the gap between the calculated and measured warming is not due to systematic errors of the models, as the sceptics had suspected, but because there are always random fluctuations in the Earth’s climate.

Briggs: “No. No. No. It is as simple and no more difficult than this. A climate model consistently says the temperatures will be way up here, and reality just as consistently fails to cooperate and puts temperatures way down there. That model is therefore a failure. It is busted. It is broken. It is not right. It should not be trusted. It should not be used as a basis for any decision. It is wrong.”

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3 Comments

  1. Presumably alarmists are saying that the “random fluctuation” (which they’ve apparently never mentioned before, at least not one of this length) won’t last? Knowing how they operate, temps could remain flat for another 60 years or so, and they’d still be claiming “random fluctuation”.

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  2. Ir’s almost like they wrote this article to be funny.

    1) Now, they are saying “natural variability” is more powerful than manmade impacts.

    2) And, what is their proof—wait for it—-computer models!

    Both their logic, and their science, are so hilariously twisted as to be the makings of a good TV sitcom someday.

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