September 7, 2013

Why Trust Climate Models? It's Simple Science.

Scott Johnson, Ars Technica


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Talk to someone who rejects the conclusions of climate science and you’ll likely hear some variation of the following: “That’s all based on models, and you can make a model say anything you want.” Often, they'll suggest the models don't even have a solid foundation of data to work with—garbage in, garbage out, as the old programming adage goes.

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TAGGED: Denialism, Climate Change, Climate Models

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