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Do models accurately predict climate change?

Summary: Climate models are important for several reasons. Large flows of tax dollars go to their construction and operation. Their predictions dominate the public policy debate about climate change (to the exclusion of other tools, such as predictability studies). 1,310 more words

Science & Nature

Hope For Wet California Winter If Rainfall Prediction Computer Models Prove Accurate

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — There is hope for a wet winter in California if the rainfall predictions on long-range computer models prove accurate.

One of the more aggressive computer models known as the CFSv2 calls for one of the strongest El Nino events on record this fall and winter. 71 more words

News

Economists show the perils and potential of the coming robot revolution

Summary: History shows that we oddly focus on small changes coming while ignoring the larger one, because they are truly revolutionary and hence difficult to see and understand. 1,289 more words

Forecasts

Why Do Most Computer Models Fail Martin Armstrong

New post on Armstrong Economics

Why do Most Computer Models Fail?

by Martin Armstrong

Computer Models typically fail for the same reason why human forecasting from a gut personal perspective becomes a joke. 89 more words

TROPICAL STORM ANA MAKES LANDFALL IN SOUTH/NORTH CAROLINA

The 50 MPH Tropical Storm Ana has just made landfall in South/North Carolina, bringing with it, rain, thunderstorms, and some storm surge.  Tropical Storm Ana is the first storm of the Atlantic Hurricane Season, and is also one of the earliest landfalls by a Tropical Cyclone on record. 110 more words

Duke Says "Climate Models Wrong"

Our climate models are WRONG: Global warming has slowed – and recent changes are down to ‘natural variability’, says study

  • Duke University study looked at 1,000 years of temperature records…
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Computer Models

Where's soon-to-be Ana heading?

Have a look at our graphic, the red line on the coast means that imminent landfall is expected in the next two days.

Our graphic shows Invest 90L, which will then likely be Ana, moving into the SC/NC coastline, but due to the current run of the European computer model, we are having this storm ride up the coast a bit further, then veering out to sea before having a chance to make landfall in New York and New England. 100 more words