100% Of Climate Models Overpredicted Temperature Rise

Climate scientists have repeatedly demonstrated that they don’t understand the climate, yet they want us to believe their latest crap about missing heat at the bottom of the sea.

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STILL Epic Fail: 73 Climate Models vs. Measurements, Running 5-Year Means

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18 Responses to 100% Of Climate Models Overpredicted Temperature Rise

  1. @njsnowfan says:

    There is a big difference between reality and what the models have predicted. 97% of climate scientist live by model predictions. I am no Climate Scientist but I do feel the so called missing heat has resin up, was cooled by the stratosphere and magical evaporated into space.

    • @njsnowfan says:

      If any heat was to go down to the lower depth of the oceans it would cool and turn cold, there is no sunlight down there to keep it warm.

  2. Andy DC says:

    But now the models are SO much better than they used to be. Climate science has made HUGE strides over the last 10 years. That is the reason why the forecasts continue to be just as overcooked as they have ever been!

    • Louis Wheeler says:

      Not so fast, Andy.

      These scientists shouldn’t have been so sure about their projections, which other people tried to turn into political activism. Moreover, like the scientists at East Anglia, they shouldn’t have tried to “Hide the decline.” Nor should they have made false charts, like Michael Moore’s Hockey Stick chart, which ignored the Medieval warm period and the Little Ice age, in order to falsely project a runaway global warming. If these were real scientists, rather than political hacks, they would have followed where the data led, rather than trying to pull the wool over our eyes.

  3. Andy Oz says:

    So climate scientists are 100% correct at getting it wrong.
    Outstanding consistency! They should get more money for being that good!
    I think I’m gonna be sick now.

  4. Latitude says:

    this is embarrassing…..millions in grants and funding….millions in computers….and all they can do is produce a trend line
    ..and even with that they got fooled
    Their trend line will never be right, because they are hindcasting and tuning them to match past temps that have been adjusted to show faster warming

  5. MikeTheDenier says:

    I guess another billion $$$ super computer wont help much either. :-)

  6. QV says:

    I don’t know why Roy Spencer compared the Tropical Mid-Troposphere projections with observations,when the global projections are almost as bad.
    Including those from the “commitment” scenario which assumes zero rise in greenhouse gasses.

  7. RMB says:

    Would the fact that you can’t get heat through the surface of water because of surface tension have anything to do with it. You can radiate water but you can’t get physical heat through the surface. Weird but fact.

    • Fred says:

      WTF are you talking about? “Would the fact that you can’t get heat through the surface of water because of surface tension have anything to do with it.” That is the most inane statement I have ever read because it would make water the ultimate insulation. The surface tension of glass is infinitely higher than water does your same law apply to glass?
      We are fucked when everyone gets their science education from movies and tv.

      • RMB says:

        If you fire a heat gun,a paint stripper at the surface of water, the heat put out is so intense that the water should quickly boil, instead it remains cold even the surface where the heat is striking. I’m 72 and it shook me to the core, but the only way to heat water through the surface is to float a metal object on the surface and fire the heat through that. My only conclusion at this time is that surface tension has properties that we know nothing about. Try it for yourself, if you think it sounds funny, believe me you’ll die laughing. glass does noy have surface tension because its noy liquid.

  8. Steven, the story of deception begins on 6 August 1945, when the nuclear scientist that would become my mentor in 1960 was a young faculty member at the Imperial University of Tokyo:

    See this one-page synopsis of the autobiography in progress:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Synopsis.pdf

    First summarized in messages to the Congressional Space Science & Technology Committee:

    https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/10640850/Creator_of_Life.pdf

    The autobiography began in 2003 as: “My Journey to the Core of the Sun.” By that time the best available data and observations left no doubt the Sun:
    _ a.) Made our elements,
    _ b.) Birthed the solar system, and
    _ c.) Sustained the origin and evolution of life.

    The social implication of opposition to factual information remained unclear until official responses to 2009 Climategate emails revealed the mess that all of us are now in together.

    The title of the autobiography was changed to: “A Journey to the Core of the Sun: How an angry arrogant atheist discovered the Creator scientists tried to hide after 1945.”

    The book will be published on-line, as written, beginning with the one-page synopsis so access to the story will not depend on publication of the entire book.

    Comments on the synopsis would be helpful.

    With kind regards,
    Oliver K. Manuel

    http://omanuel.wordpress.com/

  9. miked1947 says:

    I found a movie of scientists making their graphs!

  10. My eyeball test suggests only 97% got their predictions completely wrong.

  11. Phil Jones says:

    100% consistency 100% wrong … Won’t see this headline at the Huff Po.. They’re still claiming California wildfires, dead polar bears, and pools of water which occur every year at the Arctic are caused by Global Warming…

    Progressives can’t acknowledge the 15 year pause or huge increase in Arctic ice this year… Nor manipulation of temp data from the 30’s… Which indicates a political agenda over science…

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