Friday, April 27, 2012

Question either of these and you're worse than Hitler: 1. Climate predictions are, like, super-accurate 2. Everything's *way* worse than we predicted

Where It Rains, It Will Pour--Otherwise, Tough Luck: Scientific American

Ocean floats provide yet more evidence of global warming, revealing that rainy regions are getting wetter and dry regions drier much faster than predicted

Flashback:  Sahara Desert Greening Due to Climate Change?

In 2008 Kröpelin—not involved in the new satellite research—visited Western Sahara, a disputed territory controlled by Morocco.

"The nomads there told me there was never as much rainfall as in the past few years," Kröpelin said. "They have never seen so much grazing land."

"Before, there was not a single scorpion, not a single blade of grass," he said.

"Now you have people grazing their camels in areas which may not have been used for hundreds or even thousands of years. You see birds, ostriches, gazelles coming back, even sorts of amphibians coming back," he said.

"The trend has continued for more than 20 years. It is indisputable."


SBVOR said...

Climate computer models have (with 95% certainty) been invalidated (because temperatures have NOT risen as expected -- in FACT, they've declined):

Anonymous said...

Isn't it interesting that it is ALWAYS worse than they expected. Even after they have found it worse than expected, they again find it still worse. Yet, there is never a question raised about their expectations that are ALWAYS wrong. Since they are ALWAYS wrong, why should should we listen to them or pay the obscene sums they demand for their giving us wrong expectations?