March 10, 2008

Back to the Caves!

What's the appropriate output for CO2, considering the delicate balance of economic growth, human comfort, and environmental concerns? Zero! WaPo:

Carbon Output Must Near Zero To Avert Danger, New Studies Say
The task of cutting greenhouse gas emissions enough to avert a dangerous rise in global temperatures may be far more difficult than previous research suggested, say scientists who have just published studies indicating that it would require the world to cease carbon emissions altogether within a matter of decades.

I was concerned at first that it might be environmental alarmism. But no, this is science. They have proved this through computer modeling. Just because none of the models predicted the coldest winter in 100 years or record snowfall across North America does not mean that computer modeling is not legitimate science.

Deleterious Anthropogenic Warming of the Globe Posted by John Kranz at March 10, 2008 4:51 PM

Why has no one created computer models to predict the accuracy of computer modeling? That could "settle" the "science" once and for all!

Just askin'.

Posted by: johngalt at March 11, 2008 11:40 AM | What do you think? [1]