WaPo: ‘Get used’ to NOAA junk science — wreck the economy while experts ‘sort out’ weather event attribution

About last week’s NOAA report claiming human fingerprints on “extreme” weather events, the Washington Post editorializes:

These findings, often expressed in percentages and probabilities, aren’t as satisfying as sure proof linking one effect to one clear cause. Get used to it; experts are still sorting out the best ways to attribute weather events, and they should be cautious. They also don’t offer a total picture of the effects of climate change on weather phenomena, let alone everything else.

Read the full editorial.

2 thoughts on “WaPo: ‘Get used’ to NOAA junk science — wreck the economy while experts ‘sort out’ weather event attribution”

  1. Mealy-mouthed agenda-driven guesses are a bad way to run a government. The CAGW agenda has damaged standards of living in the US, driven down revenues while raising costs, and we’ll be paying for these choices for a looong time.

  2. They said extreme events were twice as likely and only last week they were four times as likely. Looks like a 50% improvement in the weather outlook. Is that also due to climate change? All this is the continuing rush to get the skeer out that has been going on for a long time. The so-called climate science has been little more than a contest of who can come up with the biggest skeer.

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