Born to Ride.
- Oct 17, 2015
Early climate change models were compromised by poor data inputs. That was 30 years ago. The new predictive models, used by government and nongovernmental agencies, are much more reliable due to better inputs and increased computing power. The results are verified by on site research.Well, the experts have been wrong more than 50 times on climate changes in the past century, so I will take with a large bowl of salt, any government funded experts guesses. When they move most of those sites where they are measuring to an area that doesn't have compromised data due to city environment of asphalt and cement, they will become more believable. Take a look at the summer temperatures in 1926 of the continental USA.
The temperature data sets are collected worldwide and include data from the world’s oceans, large fresh water bodies, forests, the Arctic and Antarctic. Areas not covered with asphalt and concrete. City temperature data sets factor in the presence of concrete and asphalt.
Temperature records from 1926 aren’t relevant to what’s happening today. That’s weather as opposed to climate.