Opinion from a Libertarian ViewPoint

Confessions Of A Climate Scientist

Posted by M. C. on October 1, 2019

via Confessions Of A Climate Scientist

A new book by a Japanese climate scientist explains why the predictions of climate models are useful but insufficiently reliable for large scale public policy action. None of this is new information. None of it is widely known.

Forecasting with models
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Excerpts from Confessions of a climate scientist (2019)

By Mototaka Nakamura.

He wrote an introduction and summary in English for a Kindle version of his Japanese book. This excerpt show some of his findings and explanations.
Read the e-book to see his detailed and technical analysis, and his references.

Climate simulation models are fine tools to study the climate system, so long as the users are aware of the limitations of the models and exercise caution in designing experiments and interpreting their output. In this sense, experiments to study the response of simplified climate systems, such as those generated by the “state-of-the-art” climate…

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