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Published On: Wed, Sep 20th, 2017

New global warming paper questions more climate change models as bias and wrong

A revealing new science paper published in the science journal “Nature Geoscience”continues to expose the climate change hoax or at least add more doubt to the alleged “settled science.”

The paper, authored by climate change alarmists Myles R. Allen, Richard J. Millar, and others, reveals that global warming climate models are incorrect, having been biased and crafted towards “worst case” warming predictions that were designed to alarm and scare the general public.

photo/ Pete Linforth

The paper, entitled, “Emission budgets and pathways consistent with limiting warming to 1.5 °C,” concludes that the global warming scenarios long touted by people such Al Gore, the liberal media, and other climate “scientists” was based on faulty, fraudulently programmed software models that don’t stand up to actual measured temperatures in the real world.

The latest research has concluded that global warming is not as severe as was projected. Michael Grubb explained that this was because CO2 emissions from a country like China have shown signs of stabilizing ahead of schedule.

This was a creditable achievement, a sharp contrast to the doom and gloom experts of the last decade or so.

Allen, a professor at Oxford University, has added that if the trend continues, it will nullify the targets set in the Paris Climate Accord.

The media responded as one would expect — it doesn’t matter. In fact, the Washington Post stated exactly that: “Moreover, even if the paper’s conclusions are correct, it is no excuse for inaction. Human activity would still clearly be warming the planet. People would still have to stop burning fossil fuels, and quickly, to avoid very bad climate outcomes. The real argument to act on climate change never assumed that experts’ most alarming predictions were guaranteed to happen. The experts were never definitive enough to justify that assumption. The real argument rests on the notion that humanity should minimize the risk, precisely because the future is uncertain.”

Facts don’t matter. Fossil fuel is evil and should be shutdown, it doesn’t matter if the science claiming they will destroy the earth are WRONG or NOT.

The Australian noted that “The Met Office acknowledged yesterday a 15-year slowdown in the rise in average temperature but said that this pause had ended in 2014, the first of three record warm years. The slowing had been caused by the Pacific Decadal Oscillation, a pattern of warm and cool phases in Pacific sea-surface temperature, it said.”

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