Sunday, June 02, 2013


Not a Road to Damascus Revelation but Something

One of the more formidable True Believers in Alarmist Anthropogenic Global Warming, Gavin Schmidt, let slip a doozie of an admission recently. He is a climate modeler for GISS (one of the datasets for world average temperatures) and he complained in a tweet (twit?) that the models did not match real world because of bad assumptions. Another person tried to blame bad math in the computer programs and Schmidt replied: "While errors in maths undoubtedly exist, the failure of models to match real world far more likely due to erroneous assumptions."

Couldn't have said it better myself.

The first step to solving a problem you have is admitting that there is a problem.

Well done, Mr. Schmidt. Welcome to the party, pal.


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