Registered On: December 24, 2013
Exactly as predicted and a classic case of man-made climate change bigotry from the usual suspects.
I’ve provided indisputable evidence as to why the magnitude of man-made climate change/global warming remains totally open to question. The size of the ‘problem’ can ONLY be understood through computer models. Full-stop. That would be fine if climate change were a deterministic system and the predictions being made within acceptable significance levels. Not only is climate change far from being a deterministic system but also the models used have significance levels close to zero. Put simply they’re worthless at predicting the future.
So why are governments spending trillions tackling the ‘problem’? Your answer lies in the above comments from the usual suspects. This is now a political argument and it isn’t difficult to fool people when you’re warning of catastrophe many years into the future “unless we act now”. The climate ‘scientists’ are every bit as political as anyone else and know a gravy train when they see one.
I am delighted, however, to see how wrong I was about Gurnelista’s views on Steve Koonin. I can only apologise for my remarks, Gurny, and fully accept you trust his views and opinions.
Finally, Gurny, your aeroplane analogy remains nonsensical and you very clearly have zero understanding of risk and probability. All you’ve done is play a trick. Let’s just flip the percentages and see what happens, should we. According to you a 97% consensus is good enough, so if 97% of engineers said a plane was perfectly safe to fly and 3% said otherwise, you’d put your kids on it. I doubt many others would.
It’s worth saying, btw, that there is still no agreement on why aeroplanes fly; and if you don’t believe me just look it up. Yet we still jump on them quite happily. That’s because we have the hard evidence proving they work. Yet I wonder how many test pilots, let alone passengers would want to fly in an aeroplane designed using computer models with zero levels of significance. I know test pilots are a bit crazy, but even they’re not that stupid.