Guest Post by Bob Tisdale
Not too far in the future, a third-generation climate scientist will be asked by a college student about his grandfather’s work with climate models. Flabbergasted, the climate scientist replies…
My apologies to Mel Brooks and Gene Wilder, but I couldn’t resist.
The models used by the IPCC really are horrible representations of climate on this planet. One example: the modelers have to double the warming rate of global ocean surfaces to have the modeled global land surface temperatures come close to reality. That’s a horrible display of modeling. And there are many more. The following graphs were presented as Figure 9 in the post here.
PS: Just in case you’ve never seen Mel Brook’s Young Frankenstein, here’s a very short YouTube clip from the scene: