Nicola Scafetta

Yes, Teddy.

the computer climate modelers require that the “Science is Settled” assumption to support the validity of their approach and models.

But the science is not settled, as proven by the evident fact that the geophysical journals as well as the geophysical departments in the universities have not “closed” for having finished the “job”.

Unfortunately, climate modelers’ philosophy is not able to handle the “unknown”.
But in real scientific research people always deal with the “unknown” and try to identify it and model it.

On the contrary, climate computer modelers assume that the “unknown” (to them) simply does not exist in reality too. Thus, they apply the reductionist assumption at its extreme, and systematically deny the empirical evidences pointing in the opposite way.

Filed under: In other online forums,Supporting Research — by Richard Holle @ 1:52 am on June 16, 2011


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