John Christy: Climate Prediction too Uncertain for PolicymakingPosted: February 9, 2014
Climatism comment : Pleasant to read climate science delivered in an objective, calm, reasoned, rational, non agenda-driven and ‘sceptical’ way.
Good interview Rog.
John Christy has been interviewed by ‘Talking about the weather‘:
John Christy, director of the Earth System Science Center at the University of Alabama-Huntsville.John Christy is a climate scientist at the University of Alabama-Huntsville. Along with Roy Spencer, he developed the first satellite temperature record of the Earth. Skeptical about catastrophic anthropogenic global warming, he has been invited to speak before Congress several times. He is the director of the Earth System Science Center at UAH.
TATW: What would be the single piece of information that you would convey to people who have strong opinions about climate and little knowledge?
CHRISTY: A fundamental aspect of science is that when we scientifically understand a system, we are able to predict how the system evolves in time. The comparison of model output with observations indicates we have much less understanding than what is needed to predict it with any confidence. I…
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