Global temperatures have not risen in 17 years, so can we trust the global warming computer models that predicted otherwise? Dr. Roy Spencer, Principal Research Scientist at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, believes the models are flawed, and here explains why: “Well we have compared 73 of these global warming computer models to real world temperatures, and every single model produces too much warming. I believe the models failed because they assume the climate system is very sensitive to human carbon dioxide emissions, when in fact it is not. Unfortunately, the hundreds of millions of dollars spent on these computers models has displaced genuine research into the natural sources of climate change, and I think the public deserves better than this.”
July 2, 2013 by David Rothbard,
David Rothbard is co-founder and President of CFACT.