Daily Archives: July 20, 2019

NASA GISS surface temperature trends are guesses, made-up data

“These datasets are products of simulation models and data assimilation software, not real data,” Dr. Nakamura added. “This problem has been present in data products produced by all institutions from the beginning – NASA, NOAA, NCEP, ECMWF, UMet, etc.” click here

Climate models calculate the future too hot (no tricks)

“Climate models have such large deficits in the depiction of events in the tropical Pacific that they are globally incorrect in determining the response to the forcing and systematically overestimate the sensitivity to the forcing (according to Seager et al, and Dong et al).” click here

Humanity is not destroying the environment

“I resent the one-sided mis-characterization of humanity as “destroyers of our environment”. Humans certainly had negative impacts on most ecosystems. However, in contrast to a recent United Nations report insinuating we are threatening one million species with extinction, humans have been working hard to restore nature and prevent further extinctions. Most endangered species are still staggering from disruptions initiated centuries ago. But now humans are correcting past mistakes.” click here