Not sure that I agree with everything Bjorn says - but he's got the politics sorted. Most politicians are virtue signalling NIMTOs (Not In My Term of Office). So the UK nailed itself to the mast on the Climate Change Act and all the politicians voted for it in the largest show of unity ever; as they could all see that they wouldn't be around to carry the can when its 2050 implementation was actioned. BoJo has now worried some of them a little by bringing forward the implementation date to 2030 to align with the UN Agenda 2030.
"The rules are simple: They lie to us. We know they are lying. They know we know they are lying, but they keep lying to us and we keep pretending to believe them."
Together the atmosphere, land, oceans, cryosphere, and biosphere form a complex and highly coupled system. The fundamental laws governing the physics of the system are known, but the interactions of its many degrees of freedom exhibit emergent behavior that is not easily computable from the underlying laws.
If you don't read the newspaper you are uninformed, if you do read the newspaper you are misinformed. -- Mark Twain
"The researchers found that when compared to observations, almost every CMIP5 model fails, no matter whether the multidecadal variability is assumed to be forced or internal.
The basic questions for climate models is whether they realistically simulate observations, and to what extent can future climate change be predicted? It’s an important concept as political and environmental action is predicated upon it.
A new paper by Timothy DelSole of George Mason University and Michael Tippett of Columbia University looks into this by attempting to quantify the consistency between climate models and observations using a novel statistical approach. It involves using a multivariate statistical framework whose usefulness has been demonstrated in other fields such as economics and statistics. Technically, they are asking if two time series such as observations and climate model output come from the same statistical source. "
"US Government Tries To Erase Historical Forest Fire Data To Fabricate Another Fake Crisis
By P Gosselin on 8. June 2021
The US government deletes more than 50 years of early data on forest fires in order to make it look like forest fires are more widespread, and linked to CO2. Should be Investigated under the RICO Act. "
We need not wait until 2030 to see whether the forecast of the next deep Gleissberg minimum is correct. A declining trend in solar activity and global temperature should become manifest long before the deepest point in the development. The current 11-year sunspot cycle 23 with its considerably weaker activity seems to be a first indication of the new trend, especially as it was predicted on the basis of solar motion cycles two decades ago. As to temperature, only El Niño periods should interrupt the downward trend, but even El Niños should become less frequent and strong. The outcome of this further long-range climate forecast solely based on solar activity may be considered to be a touchstone of the IPCC's hypothesis of man-made global warming.