CAGW Climate Models - Guest essay by Dr. William M. Gray

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CAGW Climate Models - Guest essay by Dr. William M. Gray

Post by SamCogar on Wed Dec 11, 2013 7:00 am

My 60-year experience in meteorology has led me to develop a profound disrespect for the philosophy and science behind numerical climate modeling. The simulations that have been directed at determining the influence of a doubling of CO2 on Earth’s temperature have been made with flawed and oversimplified internal physical assumptions.

These modeling scenarios have shown a near uniformity in CO2 doubling causing a warming of 2-5oC (4-9oF). There is no physical way, however, that an atmospheric doubling of the very small amount of background CO2 gas would ever be able to bring about such large global temperature increases.

William M. Gray, Ph.D. … is professor emeritus of atmospheric science at Colorado State University

READ more @ - http://wattsupwiththat.com/2013/12/10/on-the-futility-of-long-range-numerical-climate-prediction/#more-98962

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