So it continues, Krischel has responded to my last response.
For the rest of the story see my previous post "Contemplating the Contrarian Mind in Action"
Other than that, not much going on writing wise, clients are cracking their whips so I have other work to soak up my time for a while. But I'll be back. ;- )
May 29, 2014 at 16:37 @citizens challenge:~ ~ ~
K-1) A set of google search parameters isn’t a citation. If you have a paper, or set of papers to cite, *specify* them.
CC says: You act like you don't appreciate that scientists have been looking at climate changes in deep time long and hard - and they have learned a great many things, that you wouldn't know about if you aren't interested in learning from them. For example:
A 'snowball Earth' climate triggered by continental break-up through changes in runoff
For a realistic review of climate models and how they are used by scientists here's an informative review written by a real climate scientist.
On mismatches between models and observations
Gavin Schmidt climate modeler NASA GISS @ 13 September 2013