Podcast – TERRIBLE EARTH DAY PREDICTIONS

Heartland’s Donald Kendal, and Jim Lakely are joined by Isaac Orr in episode #189 of the In The Tank Podcast. Today’s episode features work from the Property & Environment Research Center, AEI, the Reason Foundation, and The Heartland Institute Heartland’s Donald Kendal, and Jim Lakely are joined by Isaac Orr in episode #189 of the In…

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Terrifying predictions about the melting North Pole!

By Larry Kummer. Summary: We have had 30 years of bold but false predictions by climate scientists, met by silence from their peers. These make skeptics, and are one reason why the public does not support radical public policy actions. Here are 20 years of predictions about the melting North Pole. A stream of predictions…

Why climate predictions are so difficult

From Climate Etc. by Judith Curry An insightful interview with Bjorn Stevens. Frank Bosse provided this Google translation of an interview published in Der Spiegel  -Print-Issue 13/2019, p. 99-101.   March 22, 2019 Excerpts provided below, with some minor editing of the translation. begin quote: Global warming forecasts are still surprisingly inaccurate. Supercomputers and artificial intelligence…

Hansen’s 1988 Predictions Redux

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Over in the Tweeterverse, someone sent me the link to the revered climate scientist James Hansen’s 1988 Senate testimony and told me “Here’s what we were told 30 years ago by NASA scientist James Hansen. It has proven accurate.” I thought … huh? Can that be right? Here is a…

Curry’s sea-level rise study disputes climate-disaster predictions – In many cases, ‘half of the sea-level rise is really from land sinking’

By Valerie Richardson – The Washington Times For years, climate prognosticators have warned that human-caused global warming is fueling catastrophic sea-level rise, but now climatologist Judith Curry is rocking their boat. In her latest paper, Ms. Curry found that the current rising sea levels are not abnormal, nor can they be pinned on human-caused climate…

Study: Climate predictions should include impacts of CO2 on life

From the University of Exeter and the “we’re going to need a bigger computer model” department. Climate predictions should include impacts of CO2 on life Climate change predictions are not taking account of the full range of possible effects of rising carbon dioxide levels, researchers say. Scientists currently use models in which warming of 1.5°C…