Climategate 2.0: IPCC models not worth a darn

IPCC-er Jagadish Shukla has his hand on the pulse of reality.

From the Climategate 2.0 collection, Shukla writes,

… It is inconceivable that policymakers will be willing to make billion-and trillion-dollar decisions for adaptation to the projected regional climate change based on models that do not even describe and simulate the processes that are the building blocks of climate variability.

Read Climategate 2.0.

3 thoughts on “Climategate 2.0: IPCC models not worth a darn”

  1. Let’s see… throw out the sun, gamma ray effects on clouds, axial tilt perterbations, the ADO and PDO cycles, Boyles Law (et al) regarding dissolved gases in the oceans, Hmmmmm… perhaps that just might, I say might account for some of the totally useless output from these models. But then again my degree is in Computer Science with a minor in Engineering, particularly thermodynamics… so what would I know?

  2. The problem with science’s credibility reaches back to early times when anthropologists, archeologists, and paleontologists mixed and matched faked bone or rock pieces to reveal a new species or significant breakthrough so to acquire fame or fortune.

    Today, politics has forced its corrupt hands into science for the specific purpose of swaying public opinion for political and monetary purposes.

    Best Regards,
    John

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