This Year's Model

Sat, 2009-07-25 16:07Peter Sinclair
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This Year's Model

Climate science is not completely dependent on climate models. There are many threads of supporting evidence. Still, it is clear that climate models are telling us something important that we cannot afford to ignore. 

 

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This is quite impressive, excellent. I enjoyed both of yours so far. Fantastic!

Welcome, Peter, to DeSmog. I’ve been enjoying your Crock of the Week presentations for some time.. Well done!

I also recently tackled climate models at One Blue Marble… http://one-blue-marble.com/blog/2009/05/18/climate-models-the-unvarnished-truth/

Let’s hear it, let’s hear where Peter Sinclair is all wrong and how he’s in it for the money. Even more interesting but infinitely less likely, let’s hear your science, the names of your scientists and who they work for.

Okay - he’s all wrong and he’s in it for the money.

My science is this:

All Human beings are essentially selfish and self promoting. It takes time to do up little videos like this and as we know Time=Money. The investment can only be with a long term personal return in mind. That is how humans work. There is long term and short term gratification. Both are clearly involved as motivations here. I am the scientist who has arrived at this truth over 46 years of observing humanity. Everyone of them is bad. Even the seemingly angelic Pete.

or maybe not - who knows

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High-speed train

Aggressively tackling global warming through better public transportation and increased energy efficiencies could increase global GDP by between $1.8 trillion and $2.6 trillion annually, a new report has found.

Released on Monday, the report by the World Bank and the ClimateWorks Foundation said tackling global warming now would also save as many as 94,000 lives a year from pollution-related diseases and reduce crop losses.

The report —...

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