Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Actually, Summer is Responsible for Most Hot Days

The Associated Press' in-house member of the climate cult, Seth Borenstein, brings us more climate silliness.

The whole story is here.

All you need to know about it is in this paragraph:
Lead author Erich Fischer, a climate scientist at ETH Zurich, a Swiss university, and colleague Reto Knutti examined just the hottest of hot days, the hottest one-tenth of one percent. Using 25 different computer models. Fischer and Knutti simulated a world without human-caused greenhouse gas emissions and found those hot days happened once every three years.

These are the same computer models that, over and over and over again, run too hot. But, climate 'science' -- and Borenstein -- are impervious to that reality.

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