One by one the great warmist scientists today are finding it ever harder to come to terms with brutalities of climate reality, and are gradually being exposed as incompetent science buffoons. Back in 2011 Tamino’s (Grant Foster’s) careful analysis led him to conclude (my emphasis):
To answer the question posed in the title of this post: presently, Earth is warming at about 1.7 deg.C per century. There’s good reason to believe that it’ll be warming even faster in the upcoming decades. And there’s good reason to believe that this spells trouble for life on earth — including human life.”
The conclusion is inescapable: the globe is warming, and shows absolutely no sign whatever of stopping or even slowing its warming. Any talk of “cooling” or even a “levelling off” of global warming over the last decade is absolute nonsense.”
Now just 2 years later, even the biggest warmists are conceding global temperatures have levelled. Hat-tip Dana Nuccitelli. My, how 2 years can change things.
I wonder if statistics designer Tamino (Grant Foster) is now ready to rein in all his big warming talk and apply some downward corrections. My guess is that he isn’t, and he will continue insisting that the models are infallible (though they’ve been totally wrong since the start):
Grant Foster sees no signs of levelling off. Source: drroyspencer.com/.
“Good reason for faster warming,” he writes. Really?
What reasons do you see, Mr. Foster? Models certainly aren’t reasons. To the contrary, model performance so far is actually excellent reason not to believe there is going to be faster warming.
Scientists like Foster would do well to wake up to reality very soon before find themselves totally marooned in Absurdistan.
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