Top Climate Scientists Admit Their Models Have Been Very Wrong
A group of scientists recently published a study in the Nature Climate Change Journal. So that's kind of a big deal, right? The main takeaway? It
basically entirely confirmed the 15 year hiatus in Global Warming - similar to the Dodgers' hiatus from playing in Brooklyn. Most notably, as the Daily Caller points out, one bit of information not so widely publicized was the admission that climate models have been historically inaccurate. Really, really inaccurate. Like, for realzies.
“There is this mismatch between what the climate models are producing and what the observations are showing,” John Fyfe, Canadian climate modeler and lead author of the new paper, told Nature. “We can’t ignore it.”
“Reality has deviated from our expectations – it is perfectly normal to try and understand this difference,” Ed Hawkins, co-author of the study and United Kingdom climate scientist, echoed in a blog post.
We can't ignore it? Try to understand this difference? Wait. Those don't sound like the words coming from our leading atmospheric scientists (like James Hansen or Al Gore). It's one thing for sites like this to point out inaccurate climate models, data tampering, and ice growth in the Antarctic among other problems facing the
global warming climate change theory today (see "Climate Change Consensus Myth Busted). It's another to have nationally renown climatologists admit to flaws in their religion theory at all, namely due to the random job loss that surprisingly occurs for unknown reasons. Chip Knappenberger, climate scientist at the libertarian Cato Institute, goes even further.
Knappenberger and fellow Cato climate scientist Patrick Michaels have been prominent critics of climate models relied upon by “mainstream” scientists because they say the models have not accurately predicted global temperature rises for the past six decades.
They haven't been accurate for six decades? Six. Decades. SIX DECADES?!
Of course it shouldn't surprise anyone that climate models have a less than stellar track record. The climate is like a 10 million piece puzzle and we only know a few thousand pieces. Or four. We may only have four pieces. We can't know. Meanwhile, "puzzle experts" are frantically screaming that the picture is an atomic bomb as if their livelihoods depend on it (btw it does). These scientists who've admitted to flaws in the computer models are the Galileo’s of our time. Speaking truth to a powerful, environmentalist establishment. See, they had a hypothesis, they created a model to test it... and it turned out to be wrong. So what do these scientists do? They correct the theory. The ones with integrity anyway. That's how science is supposed to work.
More will speak out and their voices will slowly get louder and louder until truth and integrity win out over hysteria. And if you can't wait that long for some satisfaction: here's a video of Nick DiPaolo calling climate activist Bill Nye an A**hole.