Friday, September 28, 2007

Climatologists admit they’re wrong about global warming.

Climatologists at the National Snow and Ice Data Center report record loss of Arctic see ice this summer. Compared to the previous record, this year the Arctic lost 386,100 square miles of ice, or about the size of Texas and California combined.

This amount of ice loss is even worse than any previous estimate. In this Reuters article, one scientist says, “the sea ice is diminishing much faster than any of the models predicted.” And in this Scientific American article, they tell us: “Such precipitous loss of ice cover far outpaces anything climate models or scientists have predicted.”

So these “scientist” guys are admitting, right out in the open, that their estimates have been way off all along. They’re basically saying, “none of our predictions are accurate--we don’t know what we’re talking about.”

Are we supposed to believe these people, who have already admitted that that can’t make predictions worth beans, when they then predict that mankind's continued use of fossil fuels will lead to global warming, environmental calamities, and global devastation? Pshaw!

These Chicken Little, Henny Penny, Gore-osive, economy-hating “scientists” make me so angry! Arrgh!

I think I’ll go for a drive to blow off a little steam and cool down.

5 comments:

  1. Are you angry because the ice is melting faster than predicted or because it is melting. Or are you trying to say that it is not melting because the earlier estimates of the rate of melt were wrong?

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  2. Now a day global warming controversy is very hype. NASA sciencetists completely work on global warming research. According the sciencetists after 30 year earth is completely effected by global warming.

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  3. This has got to be one of the dumbest comments on global warming models I have ever heard. Don't you realize that the reason scientist's models didn't predict such a precipitous loss of ice is that scientists are careful, and that means being conservative in their estimates? And that in fact this empirical evidence -- right before our very eyes -- illustrates that in fact the situation is *worse* than they'd predicted?

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  4. The blog is a joke, people. He's making a point. Have you read his other blogs?

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  5. Right on! It's about time somebody bring these doomsdayers to task. Very clever to use their own words against them. Keep up the good work and keep America working!

    - The ExxonGMChrysler Coalition

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