We know that climate models spectacularly fail to show the correct amount of warming, running much too hot. See IPCC AR6: Breaking the hegemony of global climate models – Watts Up With That?
Now we have this: Pacific problems for climate models – Net Zero Watch They find that the models don’t work and don’t work by a great margin. They find the large-scale differences between observed and modelled trends are very unlikely (<5% probability) to occur due to internal variability as represented in models. Conflicting trends are found even in regions with weak multi-decadal variability, suggesting that the climate model inadequacy is profound.
All in all it would seem that the world would be mad to rip up a reliable energy system using relatively cheap reliable energy from fossil fuels and move to a costly and much less reliable system based on wind and solar.
via climate science
December 30, 2022 at 02:08AM