NAS on National Climate Assessment: ‘The report is amazingly optimistic about the quality of the regional-scale projections’

“The present CMIP process shows that the variability between the models within a scenario is as large as the variations between scenarios. When you go beyond temperature into variables such as precipitation, the models diverge even more and that they cannot replicate the observational record on a regional scale.”

18322Read the NRC review of the NCA.

3 thoughts on “NAS on National Climate Assessment: ‘The report is amazingly optimistic about the quality of the regional-scale projections’”

  1. That’s why the Constitution was supposed to keep the federal government out of most business. Although the Constitution limits the feds far more than the states, the Founders were also big on restraint of state governments — for exactly the reason you state.

  2. Sorry, profit, but your attack on “Washington beltway Lobbyist” is unfounded. They are the expected reaction to government excess ruling and spending.

    E.g., if government couldn’t regulate agriculture, there would be no farmers’ lobby. As it is, they’d be insane not to lobby.

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