The problem with Mr. Hansen’s models—and the U.N.’s—is that they don’t consider more-precise measures of how aerosol emissions counter warming caused by greenhouse gases. Several newer climate models account for this trend and routinely project about half the warming predicted by U.N. models, placing their numbers much closer to observed temperatures. The most recent of these was published in April by Nic Lewis and Judith Curry in the Journal of Climate, a reliably mainstream journal.Sounds as if these people were had: Hansen receives Tang Prize award. (Hat tip, Dan Bloom)
Friday, June 22, 2018
… especially the future: Thirty Years On, How Well Do Global Warming Predictions Stand Up? - WSJ.