Global Warming Models Are All Wrong

From the Wall Street Journal:

What is happening to global temperatures in reality? The answer is: almost nothing for more than 10 years. Monthly values of the global temperature anomaly of the lower atmosphere, compiled at the University of Alabama from NASA satellite data, can be found at the website The latest (February 2012) monthly global temperature anomaly for the lower atmosphere was minus 0.12 degrees Celsius, slightly less than the average since the satellite record of temperatures began in 1979 …
Frustrated by the lack of computer-predicted warming over the past decade, some IPCC supporters have been claiming that “extreme weather” has become more common because of more CO2. But there is no hard evidence this is true. After an unusually cold winter in 2011 (December 2010-February 2011) the winter of 2012 was unusually warm in the continental United States. But the winter of 2012 was bitter in Europe, Asia and Alaska.
Weather conditions similar to 2012 occurred in the winter of 1942, when the U.S. Midwest was unusually warm, and when the Wehrmacht encountered the formidable forces of “General Frost” in a Russian winter not unlike the one Russians just had.
Large fluctuations from warm to cold winters have been the rule for the U.S., as one can see from records kept by the National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration, NOAA. For example, the winters of 1932 and 1934 were as warm as or warmer than the 2011-2012 one and the winter of 1936 was much colder.

As usual, read the whole thing.

In summary, historically the Earth has had much higher levels of CO2 than at present, but seemed to suffer no ill-effect; there is no evidence the Earth is getting substantially warmer; climate models predicting global warming have all failed, and failed miserably; and, there is no evidence that current outbreaks of extreme weather or either unusual or are the result of any hypothetical global warming.

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4 Responses to Global Warming Models Are All Wrong

  1. wadingacross says:

    Not surprising really. We skeptics have been saying all along that the agw models were/are untrustworthy because of the simple fact that they are computer models.

    Garbage in, garbage out. Not enough information in, not enough or incorrect information out. Computer models are like statistics… they can be skewed and spun according to how the person(s) starting it/using it want.

    Forget or not know just one factor/variable to input into the equation and that can affect/change the whole outcome/results of the model/forecast.

  2. Not at all surprising. Since the temp measuring stations are mostly located in urban areas and as such are subject to the UHI urban heat island effect.
    Of course they neglect that we have actually been in a world wide cooling cycle for the last 10 years often setting new record lows around the country. As to those pesky computer models, they are fraudulant. They posit that CO2 will rise into the atmosphere and stay there for 100 years. Now this is SCIENTIFICALLY IMPOSSIBLE. All you need to do is punch into Google the specific gravity of CO2 (relative to air) and you will come up with multiple sites saying that it is 1.52 which literally means that it is a heavier than air gas weighing a whopping 152% heavier than air. It sinks to the ground. That is why they put it in fire extiinguishers and use it for spooky ground fog effects in scary movies. Then there was the announcement from NASA from their long term satellite studies indicating that there was no appreciable warming from CO2, the ultimate death knell for global warming alarmists. This is just but a small example of my posts refuting global warming claims.
    John Wilder

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