The warming “predicted from climate models” has not materialized in yet another temperature record.
In an “assessment of the performance of the climate projections” for all of Italy over the 1948-2021 period, we can observe no rising temperature trend (shown in green) that could align with the rise in CO2 emissions per a new study.
Rising CO2 emissions have been claimed to cause temperature rise in climate models (shown in red), but Italy’s temperature record has not cooperated with this projection.
Image Source: Koutsoyiannis and Montanari, 2022
The lack of correlation between CO2-induced warming from climate model predictions and the instrumental record for the entire territory of Italy is also observed in the instrumental record for Central England since the 17th century.
6 responses to “No CO2-Induced Warming Trend Identifiable For The ‘Entire Territory Of Italy’ Since 1948”
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Now the Italians are letting the side down! I blame their new PM.
Te cooling Tab is invaluable. Furthermore, I’d suggest that without the 1930s, we would be at the so-called goal now.
Richard’s “breakthrough reporting”, telling us what we have known since about 1980, over 40 years ago:
Climate models do not make accurate predictions.
Climate models have never made accurate predictions.
Climate models will never make accurate predictions.
Climate models were never intended to make accurate predictions.
Models could have been revised over the past 40 years to make more accurate predictions, but they were not. The Russian INM model, that least overpredicts global warming, could have received 99% of the attention, rather than 1%, but it did not.
The goal of climate models is to scare people about the future climate, and they have done their job well.
Are you forced to have the tagged on box underneath which claims to tell you temperature?
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