18 Months Since Experts Predicted Global Warming Would Make California Wet

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ScreenHunter_7282 Feb. 18 15.50 AMS Journals Online – California Winter Precipitation Change under Global Warming in the Coupled Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5 Ensemble

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10 Responses to 18 Months Since Experts Predicted Global Warming Would Make California Wet

  1. gator69 says:

    When will they learn? If a ‘scientist’ is making a climate prediction based upon a model, walk away, do not print. Climate models are worthless at predictions. A blindfolded monkey with darts would be more scientific, and would actually be right some of the time.

  2. R. Hunter says:

    The key words are “should be assessed” which in plain English means send us more money for our next study.

  3. Shazaam says:

    I suspect that those fantasy computer generated models are more likely to get most researchers “hot and bothered”. Those researchers spend waaaaay to much time ogling their fantasy models.

    Oh wait, we’re not talking about scantily clad animations?

    Never mind. Carry on,.

  4. kuhnkat says:

    See, this is where you deniers just don’t understand the science. They meant wet in the sexual connotation…

  5. daveandrews723 says:

    There’s probably a pretty good reason that there’s a desert in southern California for thousands of years. Sure there are frequent droughts, which would go unnoticed if the population of the state had not quadrupled in the past 50 years.

  6. R2Dtoo says:

    Their models only missed by “that much” – Maxwell

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