By Paul Homewood

“It’s become clear over the last year or so that we can’t avoid this,” Gavin Schmidt, director of NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies, told Science ­magazine.

The admission is seen as a significant development by scientists who argue that not enough attention has been paid to natural ­cycles in the earth’s climate.

It puts another question mark over the use of the most extreme scenarios generated by models, RCP8.5, to estimate what could be expected in a warming world.

Scientists such as Roy Spencer and John Christy have been saying this for years, but the climate establishment has simply ignored the problem.

Despite Gavin Schmidt’s admission, I suspect the IPCC will still carry on using their overheated computer models.

Given that it these very models upon which governments around the world have based their decisions to destroy their economies, maybe it is time they went back to square one, and had a rethink?


July 30, 2021