Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Warmers getting it wrong again

Anthony Watt's points out that David Viner at the CRU (that's the Climategate people) predicted in 2000 that winter snowfall would, within a few years, become "a very rare and exciting event."

Fast forward to 2010, where, in December 27th's Telegraph, which is warning of snow and ice that is to hit Britain during New Year celebrations. These people also failed to predict the plight of my mother, who is now snowed in on her farm in Kansas.

I'm thinking to myself, if these people can't even get short term predictions right, then how can we trust their long-term predictions?

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