Study: Climate Models Need More Historical Fudge Factors

Guest essay by Eric Worrall The researchers claim adding historical data derived fudge factors to correct the discrepancy between climate models and historical observations, producing a Frankenmodel mix of fudge factors and defective physics, will make climate predictions more reliable. New approach to global-warming projections could make regional estimates more precise Computer models found to…

NASA finds something else climate models are missing…. forcing from ‘Secondary Organic Aerosols’

A new paper published by NASA by Tsigaridis and Kanakidou suggests that climate models have missed the forcing effects of organic aerosols, such as VOC’s from trees, oceans, and other sources that combine chemically in the atmosphere to create new compounds. Known as Secondary organic aerosols (SOA), they say “SOA forcing could exceed that of sulfate…

New “simplified” Russian climate model promises faster results

From KAZAN FEDERAL UNIVERSITY and the “Russian Collusion Department” First results were published in Geoscientific Model Development. Professor Aleksey Eliseev, Chief Research Associate at Kazan University’s Near Space Research Lab, comments, “To find solutions for some tasks in climate research, we need calculations for hundreds, thousands, or even millions of years. Such tasks are, for example, ice…

Great Plains, Nebraska

Claim: Natural Variability will Dominate Until 2074

Guest essay by Eric Worrall A new study claims that while the US West will feel the impact of Climate Change by 2028, Southern Great [Plains] region won’t notice Climate Change until 2074. When will the US feel the heat of global warming? For the Great Plains, natural variability will dominate until late this century.…