The predicted deluge of journal articles touting 1.5 degrees of global warming as the new UN target has begun.
Don't confuse speculative conclusions drawn about climate science with the science itself.
The question is what difference does this tiny difference make as far as future global impacts go?
Do the fundamental assumptions about CO2 in the climate models hold up?
Over-reliance on computer simulations is a major problem in climate science. If those models are based on data that has been adjusted for political reason the problem worsens.
Something like 55% of the modeling done in all of science is done in climate change science, even though it is a tiny fraction of the whole of science.
The alarmist science community lives on studies that claim to find that "It's worse than we thought" and two beauties have just come out. It is all just computer games but the green press loves it.
Long-term climate simulations have never come close to being accurate.
Climate models show twice as much warming during the 21st Century than what’s actually been observed, according to a new report highlighting the limitations of global climate models
Why do warming propagandists talk about "hottest years?" For the same reason they talk about ice; to distract from the fact their computer models are wrong.