I Can’t Say Who Will Win The Premiership This Year, But I Can Tell You Who Will Win It Ninety Years From Now

Our ability to predict weather beyond three, four days is limited. In a certain sense, predicting climate is easier. It’s a matter of probability. On the other hand tomorrow’s temperature can be anywhere between minus 10 and 70 degrees depending on all of the variable occurrences between now and then.

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4 Responses to I Can’t Say Who Will Win The Premiership This Year, But I Can Tell You Who Will Win It Ninety Years From Now

  1. Dave N says:

    Predicting climate beyond a year or two is beyond the grasp of the human race at this point in time; even past climate is difficult to hindcast based on models being used now.

    I expect as time goes on, people like Piers Corbyn or Joe Bastardi (or those that they pass their knowledge on to) might be able to forecast even further; certainly not today’s alarmist “climate scientists”. If they were truly concerned about making accurate forecasts, they’d be beating down Piers and Joe’s doors.

  2. I predict that I will be the last comment on this page!

    Although, there will be one or two variables that at some point in time will come into play whereby X over the letter 7 equals the percentage of the square root of 9 to the power of 0.5 where 7 equals .5 and 9 equals 3 over X.

    • Mike Davis says:

      I think you are off by 10% but that is neither here nor there as we are discussing future climate rather than time to maturity of Potbellied Pigs! đŸ˜‰
      With reliable historical information over a long enough period it would be possible to do trend matching and be able to reasonably predict future events with somewhere in the 85% + accuracy range on regional scales. It is a matter of pattern recognition and associate cause to affect.
      Two problems exist:
      Lack of accurate historical data and believing in a promoted misdirection as to cause.
      The existing evidence supports the failings of current research and the need for a different direction if climate is to ever to be studied in a worthwhile manner!

      • You climate deniers and flat Earth-errs are evil, you’re funded by big oil propaganda machines and just cant accept the scientific consensus that X over the letter 7 equals the percentage of the square root of 9 to the power of blue where 7 equals .5 and 9 equals 3 over X.

        Maybe if You could see all those people dying every day, because of people like you who deny the cult.. err Facts, then maybe you’d get it through your thick uneducated skulls and understand how really close we are to a tipping point of 0.5 where x equals .7 squared over 3 percent of X dived by pi.

        Just look at the accurate historical data!
        The debate is over! the overwhelming scientific consensus says as predicted I will be the last comment on this page!

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