THE Top Environmental Group Admits: They Can’t Predict ANYTHING in the Climate!


You know what the IPCC is, right? It’s the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. They won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2007 (along with environmentalist lunatic Al Gore). They’re the United Nations organization tasked with ginning up panic awareness of “Climate Change.”

Here’s what the IPCC said in 2001:

In climate research and modelling (sic), we should recognize that we are dealing with a coupled non-linear chaotic system, and therefore that the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.

Hmmm… “the long-term prediction of future climate states is not possible.” So much for all those leftists who sneer that “the science is settled. Climate Change is a fact!” while telling you that you that all you want is for babies to die if you don’t give them money and power.

Yes, it’s a fact that the climate will change… that’s all it does. Precisely how the climate will change is… completely unknown. It’s not even known whether the climate is warming or cooling globally!

Warming is all the rage now, but back in the 1970’s the panic was all about the coming Ice Age. Some of us remember those days.

And, from the IPCC all the way back in 1995:

Natural climate variability on long time-scales will continue to be problematic for CO2 climate change analysis and detection.

Oops!

Climate “scientists” are still using the very same models that the IPCC admitted long ago are nothing but guesses.

Tell me, what do you think were the chances, back all those years ago, that those guesses would somehow — I don’t know how! —  come down in favor of the conclusions that would (1) move a lot of money into the guessers’ pockets, and (2) drive a lot of voters toward the Democrat Party, the very same political party promising to move a lot of money into the climate guessers’ pockets?

Surprise!

— xPraetorius

 

 

 

 

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