Superstition Based Climate Models (Part 2)

In 1988, climate experts from around the world made a very official sounding prediction that summers would get drier in the US.


19 Jul 1988, Page 10 – The Indianapolis Star

The exact opposite happened – summers got wetter after 1990.


Climate at a Glance | National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

Climate experts and climate models have nothing to do with reality. They live in a superstition based world which assumes that CO2 drives the climate.

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3 Responses to Superstition Based Climate Models (Part 2)

  1. Chewer says:

    It is the same tune that has been sung in varying pitches for the past 35,000 years, by those who have a definite fear of their fellow man and his actions…
    Since hunting witches and warlocks are no longer in fashion, the neurotic progressives feel a need to go after whatever the sane conservative population finds normal.

  2. Andy DC says:

    Where has our “free press” been with regard to all of these failed predictions? Definitely missing in action. The are more than happy to dutifully publish the latest pack of lies from the same people and organizations without any questions and without delving into their atrocious track record.

  3. GeologyJim says:

    Will Kellogg was a mediocre “scientist” at NCAR whose main claim to fame was pontificating that it was all “simple physics”. He was a total buy-in to the Callender-Revelle notion that CO2 controlled the “climate”

    He was an early mentor to Stephen Schneider, both of whom went all-in for the Carl Sagan “nuclear winter” fantasy – – – – and both of whom changed camps to “catastrophic global warming” when the AMO flipped.

    Lemming of climate science, dim-wit of history.

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