Global Warming stopped 16 years ago according to a recent met office report. This is not ‘pie in the sky’ reportage but based on real statistics, even if this report is in the Daily Mail What we have to remember is that the Race to Wind is still dictated by European and UN IPCC dogma based on the Global warming, or more accurately Anthropogenic Global Warming, that is increasing proven as erroneous. Computer models were simply inaccurate. Any statistician should tell you that forecasting long terms trends needs previous long term data. Something Climatologists don’t have. Let us take this a step further. Computer models are exactly that: a model, a prediction based on historical data. Yes you can factor in forward trends but it still requires history. Read about the Hockey Stick effect. The old adage ‘rubbish in=rubbish’ out is as relevant to the University of East Anglia’s computer models as it is to my PC at home! That data collection and collation is often left to junior, wet behind the ears university post-grad students is a fact of life. The Prof doesn’t give the post grad positions to the doubters. He gives them to his acolytes! Live with it and don’t assume because it has the words University Research it is any more accurate than the old woman’s seaweed!
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