THE HOCKEY SCHTICK: New paper finds climate models exaggerate projected warming
A paper published today in Geophysical Research Letters finds climate models "suffer from temperature-dependent biases" which "leads to an overestimation of projections of regional temperatures." According to the authors, "10-20% of projected warming is due to model deficiencies." The paper adds to many other peer-reviewed papers demonstrating that climate models exaggerate global warming, regional warming, extreme weather, cyclones, extreme precipitation, wind storms, droughts, and floods.Climate Science Makes an 11th-Hour Comeback in 2012 | InsideClimate News
Amid the silence and skepticism, the Earth sent its own message.In Ireland, Carbon [Dioxide Scam] Taxes [Allegedly] Pay Off - NYTimes.com
Ireland has seen its emissions drop more than 15 percent since 2008.Climate Consensus: Do Little for Now : The Freeman : Foundation for Economic Education
Although much of that decline can be attributed to a recession, changes in behavior also played a major role, experts say
“Prices just keep going up, and a lot of people think it’s a scam,” said Imelda Lyons, 45, as she filled her car at a gas station here. “You call it a carbon tax, but what good is being done with it to help the environment?”
A dynamic market economy will feature too much creative destruction to allow detailed planning for the distant future. Nothing is sure in a market economy ten years from now, much less 100 years, and discounting in cost-benefit analysis simply reflects this reality. The economic future becomes more predictable when government controls economic activity, but then stagnation results. Discounting in climate change economics tells us to create wealth to protect future generations. Economic freedom and the institutions of the market economy, not central planning of energy use, is the prudent policy approach to a changing climate.