Tuesday, September 18, 2007

CO2 Science: the latest nail in the coffin of global warming

The scientific literature is finally catching up with the blogosphere in refuting many of the base assumptions upon which the notion of global warming has been premised. 
This report offers an abstract from the published results of a study that contrasts the modelled projections of climate used by the IPCC with measured empirical observations for the period 1962 to 2000.  It concludes that the models are both highly variable and inaccurate.  In simple terms, they do not accurately represent present climatic conditions and changes. 
If they do not calibrate with present conditions, what reliance can be placed upon them as predictive indicators of the future?
Despite many protestations to the contrary, existing models of global climate are a poor approximation of reality: subsequently they are susceptible to manipulation, bias and subjective interpretation consistent with the political agenda of those advocating their use.  They are not a definitive nor objective scientific metric.