Climate Models are NOT Simulating Earth’s Climate – Part 4Posted: March 2, 2016
Guest Post by Bob Tisdale
Alternate Title: Climate Models Undermine the Hypothesis of Human-Induced Global Warming
According to the hypothesis of human-induced global warming, manmade greenhouse gases create an energy imbalance at the top of the Earth’s atmosphere, which causes the Earth to retain heat. One of the hypothetical results of that retained heat is global surface warming. The opening sentence of the abstract of Trenberth et al. (2014) Earth’s Energy Imbalance confirms that statement. It reads:
Climate change from increased greenhouse gases arises from a global energy imbalance at the top of the atmosphere (TOA).
Another hypothetical result of the energy imbalance at the top of the atmosphere is the accumulation of heat in the oceans. In the post Climate Models are NOT Simulating Earth’s Climate – Part 3, we presented the top-of-the-atmosphere energy imbalance of the climate models stored in the Climate Model Intercomparison Project Phase 5…
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