An alarmist prediction so bad, even Gavin Schmidt thinks it is implausiblePosted: July 25, 2013
Temperature divergence between climate models and observed reality, leading to ever more catastrophic and alarmist climate predictions by the day!
Gosh, it’s that “methane ‘splode” again. This time the Guardian makes an easily testable hypothesis emblazoned in the headlines that we’ll be sure to remind them of in two years.
Even Gavin Schmidt is panning this one, see below. From the University of Cambridge
Cost of Arctic methane release could be ‘size of global economy’ warn experts
Economic modelling shows that the methane emissions caused by shrinking sea ice from just one area of the Arctic could come with a global price tag of 60 trillion dollars — the size of the world economy in 2012
Researchers have warned of an “economic time-bomb” in the Arctic, following a ground-breaking analysis of the likely cost of methane emissions in the region.
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