1988 Consensus : 1.37 Metres Of Sea Level Rise By 2030

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09 Jul 1988 – SATURDAY MAGAZINE The big heat is on

Settled science – with an error bar of 7,000%

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7 Responses to 1988 Consensus : 1.37 Metres Of Sea Level Rise By 2030

  1. Stewart Pid says:

    That error bar is pretty good by CAGW standards 😉

  2. Simon Filiatrault says:

    I was curious of how this looked like. Made this excel file with graphs.

    They basically missed the target by a max of 908% in a range of -85% to 908%.

    Those super large range of prediction would fail any university level exam !

    Sir I predict I will lose 85% of your investment or gain 908%! Would you hire this guy to take care of your future?

  3. daveburton says:

    A prediction like that is obviously useless, but, unlike most climate predictions, at least it’s not wrong. In most locations, the correct number is indeed between 20 mm and 1370 mm.

  4. To be on the safe side they could have said “The rise can be from 0 to 1370 mm, or it might fall by up to 1370 mm”

  5. Andy Oz says:

    The Economists error bar on the UNIPCC report findings is within 0.3%.
    Global air temperature alledgedly rose by 0.05 deg C since 1998??!!
    When most global temperature observations are taken to 0.1 deg C accuracy and many are effected by UHI? This from the same publication who thinks Obama is a fantastic economic manager and that Obamacare is a sensible reform, and is owned by the Rothschilds.
    They are compromised in so many ways.

  6. chris y says:

    The 1.37 meter number suggests fantastic predictive powers with an accuracy of +/- 1 cm.
    What a load of CACC.

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