Media Censor New Study Debunking Climate Models

Hundreds of millions of dollars that have gone into the expensive climate modelling have all but destroyed governmental funding of research into natural sources of climate change, like clouds, ocean currents, solar activity (not modelled in IPCC CMIP5 ensembles) .

For years the modelers have maintained that there is no such thing as natural climate change…yet they now, ironically, have to begrudgingly invoke natural climate forces to explain why surface warming has essentially stopped over the past 18+ years!

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AlatheiaLarsenpicture-459-1430232516By Alatheia Larsen~

Climate alarmists love flaunting “extreme” weather predictions to instill fear in the hearts of skeptics, but a new study deals yet another devastating blow to those predictions’ reliability.

Researchers at Stockholm University in Sweden published a study in the journal Nature on April 6, 2016, which found that climate model predictions for rainfall and drought extremes in the 20th Century “differed vastly” from what actually happened in the 20th Century. The climate models “overestimated the increase in wet and dry extremes,” meteorologist Anthony Watts reported on his blog Watts Up With That.

The climate models that predicted inaccurately extreme weather are the same models being used to predict the alleged disastrous impacts of climate change in the future.

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The Stockholm study examined rainfall data for the last 1,200 years, and found that “prominent seesaw patterns” of wetness and dryness occurred “under both warm and cold

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