Climate budget cuts are smart management, not an attack on science

At least 18 U.S. federal agencies administer climate change activities, costing at least $77 billion between 2008 and 2013, yet they do not have a climate model that works.

Climate models versus climate observations

Testimony to Congress: “When  the  “scientific method”  is  applied  to  the  output  from  climate  models  of  the  IPCC  AR5,  specifically  the bulk atmospheric temperature trends since 1979 (a key variable with a strong and obvious theoretical response to increasing GHGs in this period ), I demonstrate that the consensus of  the  models  fails the  test to  match  the  real – world observations by  a  significant  margin. As such, the average of the models is considered to be untruthful in representing the recent decades  of  climate  variation  and  change,  and  thus  would  be  inappropriate  for  use  in predicting future changes in the climate or for related policy decisions.”  ~ U.S. House Committee on Science, Space & Technology, 29 Mar 2017, Testimony of John R. Christy
Professor of Atmospheric Science, Alabama. State Climatologist.  University of Alabama in Huntsville.

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1 Response to Climate budget cuts are smart management, not an attack on science

  1. Mr. Bromley, the fake science gods on parade in the fake media – and in the fake government include climate scientists, geologists, chemists, glaciologists, etc. They are all clueless. Occasionally some of them admit that none of them know what’s going on. None of them have the mental capacity for understanding the complexities in the chemistry of our Earth and none of them have the true historic timeline for our Earth – so how can they have a realistic basis for making climate forecast? They cannot – which is why all of their forecasts have been wrong.

    The fake science gods have little more than theories – which is to say they have guesses, speculation, wild imaginings, etc., but clearly this is so detached from reality as to be insane. Why is the public paying one cent for their nonsense!

    When it comes to the reports from the fake science gods on the glacial melt in the Arctic and in the Antarctic, over the past couple years, I think I’ve read ” unexpected ” over a dozen times. The rapid meltdown of the Arctic and Antarctic was not ” unexpected ” to me – why should it be unexpected to glaciologists who are paid to do the research?

    Who here expects children to understand Calculus? We don’t expect children to do Calculus, so why expect someone with an IQ under 150 to even begin to understand the history – or the future – of our Earth? Why pay someone who is unqualified to give us a forecast? It’s like paying a two year old to explain Physics equations – all you’re going to get is worthless jibberish – which is exactly what the public gets for all that billions and billions of dollars in ” science ” from the fake science gods in the USA, in China, Japan, Korea, Australia, Argentina, Europe, etc.

    Even those with IQ’s 150 to 180 can’t figure it out. Stop paying them.


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