Ross McKitrick to EPA: Climate models over-predict and represent temperatures wrong

From McKitrick’s comments on the EPA CO2 proposal: [Read McKitrick’s entire comment]

“Over the 55 years from 1958-2012, climate models not only significantly over-predict warming in the tropical troposphere, but they represent it in a fundamentally different way than is observed.”

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2 thoughts on “Ross McKitrick to EPA: Climate models over-predict and represent temperatures wrong”

  1. This is a tightly and rationally argued response to EPA’s proposed rule making. If EPA is open-minded and unbiased, they will accept its arguments and withdraw the proposed rule. On the other hand, if they are so strongly tied to the models that they can ignore the measurements, then I’m afraid there is no hope for a sane administrative process.

  2. They would be a lot more wrong if we could examine the raw data without all of the adjusted fudge factors.

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