Final Joaquin Scorecard

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Joaquin is dead. The graphic above shows all of the NOAA forecast tracks, and the “cone of uncertainty” on October 1 and October 7. It is clear that they claim certainty much greater than is realistic.

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6 Responses to Final Joaquin Scorecard

  1. Realist says:

    Yet these same jackwagons are certain of the worlds average temperature to .1 degree accuracy and are certain we will all need gills by 2100.

  2. emmaliza says:

    Dr. Curry is again proven correct, as anyone who relies on the National Weather Service predictions knows, they cannot predict 2 days ahead on anything. It is a lack of understanding of the enormously complex factors of weather…In my area, the predictions change from early morn to late afternoon EVERY DAY….Ant that is local weather, yet the hubris of thinking they can predict the entire world’s climate in the future ????? The ivy leagues have produced the economists who control our economy, the so-called ‘scientists’ who predict catastrophe if we don’t go back to primitive forms of energy…They are the indoctrination camps for this new world order, just as they were when the USSR funded a one-world government. Read the ex-president of Colombia’s book to see that this was a world-wide movement….They did the same thing in Latin America…They also created the NAACP to agitate blacks in the US to be the revolutionaries…(Which explains the situation today where black kids believe correct English is ‘white man’s stuff’….) Where will this push for a UN government over us end?

  3. CheshireRed says:

    Aw come on Tony, stop being mean.

    They just stretch their error bars across 3,000 miles of Atlantic ocean and hey presto! – their predictions were bang on.

  4. From the website of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration / About /

    “From daily weather forecasts, severe storm warnings and climate monitoring to fisheries management, coastal restoration and supporting marine commerce, NOAA’s products and services support economic vitality and affect more than one-third of America’s gross domestic product.

    NOAA’s dedicated scientists use cutting-edge research and high-tech instrumentation to provide citizens, planners, emergency managers and other decision makers with reliable information they need when they need it.”

    Reliable! – At these levels of uncertainty? Your tax money is obviously going down the drain. Unfortunately they are going to claim that they need more money to become reliable. I think they just need more experience to become realistic.

  5. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    Lisbon, Conneticut is easily confused with Lisbon, Portugal.

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