Superstition Based Climate Models

In 1988, NASA’s James Hansen predicted that Omaha, Nebraska would have five day stretches over 95 degrees, during more than half of their years after 1990.

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31 Aug 1988, Page 7 – The News Journal

The closest USHCN station to Omaha is at Ashland, NE – about 15 miles away. Streaks of 95 degree days have declined there since the 1930’s. During the 1930’s almost every year had five day stretches. The longest stretch was in 1901, when they had 20 consecutive days. The mean has remained consistently below five days per year, with a slight downwards trend.

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Same story at Auburn, southeast of Omaha.

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What this tells us is that both Hansen and climate models are incapable of predicting anything about the climate. The reason being that they assume CO2 drives the climate. But it doesn’t. It is superstition, not science.

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3 Responses to Superstition Based Climate Models

  1. Robertv says:

    That’s what makes people like Hansen extremely dangerous for humanity in a progressive environment.

  2. Snowleopard says:

    The “climate models” are reminiscent of the classic short story entitled “The Emperor’s New Clothes” There is no substance whatever to their projections, (they are a complete fraud) but those in the field who might want to disagree and point this out would “be unworthy of their positions” should they do so. What remains is for the appropriate “child” (perhaps a popular rising rock star) to loudly point out the obvious to the public, so those going along with this ruse can safely abandon it.

  3. Andy DC says:

    1990 predictions by “climate experts” have been a total fail. They have NO credibility whatsoever.

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