Is it really happening?
With the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (UNIPCC) set to release its 5th Climate Change Report in October 2014, it is timely to present a critical analysis of their results. The preliminary report has been issued with significant shortcomings in the non-linear modeling of the earth's temperature for the last 15 years. Their models fail to account for very significant cooling trends between 1900-1930 and between 1998-2013. In both of these time periods their models significantly over predict the temperatures actually observed. They need to modify their models and/or use non-linear modeling least-squares fits before any forward predictions by their models can be believed. If you significantly over predict the earth's temperatures for the last 15 years (and 1900 -1930), how can you expect to accurately predict what will happen during the next year, more over the next century?
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View the video below for details on what has been done and what should be done to repair the UNIPCC climate models.
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