Wednesday, April 06, 2011

Bejing has a fling with a cool change «
The Bejing Climate Center models have gained my attention over the past couple of years as they have been doing a good job hinting at cold season events in advance of US modeling ( on the order of 6 months to a year. While the model is not yet out into next winter, its forecasted 850 mb global temps this year, and particularly going into the northern hemisphere winter go hand in glove ( you’ll need one) with theories that many of us that believe the backdrop of the coming years is painted with cooling colors.
[On warmist doctors]:  - Physician, heal thyself
The authors are as follows:

* Lionel Jarvis is surgeon rear admiral at the UK's Ministry of Defence, has two homes and four children and enjoys skiing, riding and sailing.
* Hugh Montgomery, is a professor of human health at UCL, has written a book about climate change for chilidren and, erm, climbs in the Alps, Himalayas, and Andes and holds a Cat X skydiving qualification.
* Neil Morisetti, is a rear admiral and is the "climate and security envoy for the UK" as well as being a graduate of UEA. He seems to divide his time between London and his farm in Dorset.
* Ian Gilmore is professor at the Royal Liverpool hospital.
The Reference Frame: Steven Chu: climate modelers should fabricate lots of tipping points
Steven Chu is indisputably a politician - and the boss of one of the most important U.S. scientific grant agencies - and what he is doing is unquestionably an example of political pressure, a forcible rape, by which he wants to distort the results of the research in a particular direction. He has clearly no research of his own that would imply that the number of tipping points is larger than what is described in the literature - or by the models. He is prescribing the "politically desired" outcomes of the research - something that is incompatible with science.

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