first off I don't use judging icons. don't you have to be a registered user to do that? second why are you using the farmers' almanac? it predicts weather year to year. we want to predict the climate with scientific models that can be substantiated. not a "secret recipe" for next harvest moons' rainfall. also, where did you get eh temperature readings from the output from the nuclear reactor cooling discharge?
"scientific models that can be substantiated."
ROFLMHO! "scientific models that can be substantiated."
You on drugs or what?
“The public is not well served by this constant drumbeat of false alarms fed by computer models manipulated by advocates.”
UN IPCC expert reviewer,
Dr. David Wojick
who earned his PhD in Philosophy of Science
and co-founded the Department of Engineering and Public Policy at Carnegie-Mellon University http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm...
former member of the Dutch UN IPCC committee
Meteorologist Hajo Smit of Holland
"Climate models can at best be useful for explaining climate changes after the fact.” http://epw.senate.gov/public/index.cfm...
BILL GRAY, professor emeritus. He is often called the World's Most Famous Hurricane Expert.
Gray's crusade against global warming "hysteria" began in the early 1990s, when he saw enormous sums of federal research money going toward computer modeling rather than his kind of science, the old-fashioned stuff based on direct observation. Gray often cites the ascendancy of Gore to the vice presidency as the start of his own problems with federal funding. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) stopped giving him research grants. So did NASA. All the money was going to computer models. The field was going off on this wild tangent.
Numerical models can't predict the future, he says. They don't even pretend to predict the weather in the coming season -- "but they make predictions of 50 or 100 years from now and ask you to believe the Earth will get warmer."
The modelers are equation pushers.
"They haven't been down in the trenches, making forecasts and understanding stuff!" http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/...