Saturday, February 09, 2013

After no warming for 15+ years, Revkin defends this Gavin Schmidt statement: "...despite short-term ups and downs, global warming continues much as predicted"

In new look at models v. observations,...

In new look at models v. observations, @ClimateofGavin shows why he’s a vital touchstone on global warming science“[T]he
models are on the low side of some changes, and on the high side of
others, but despite short-term ups and downs, global warming continues
much as predicted…”

2 comments:

Fred said...

Poor Gavin, having a very hard time with the concepts of reality, honesty and acceptance.

Best keep an eye on the poor lad. His must be a delicate psychological condition and he could easily slip further down the slope of Climate Science Madness.

Maybe we could find him a good doctor or clinic or meds or. . . .?

chris y said...

The graph before 2000 can be ignored, as it is a hindcast. The temp is +0.15C in 2000. The models predict 2010 temp between 0.0 and +0.8 C. The predicted trend is somewhere between -0.15C/decade to +0.8C/decade.

This is SOTA after billions of research $$$.

What an embarrassing joke.