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Prof in NYTimes: Failure of climate models vs. reality not important since we use them to predict the future

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Prof in NYTimes: Failure of climate models vs. reality not important since we use them to predict the future

http://junkscience.com/2013/10/02/prof-in-nytimes-failure-of-climate-models-vs-reality-not-important-since-we-use-them-to-predict-the-future/

Thomas Lovejoy writes in the New York Times: Does the leveling-off of temperatures mean that the climate models used to track them are seriously flawed? Not really. It is important to remember that models are used so that we can understand where the Earth system is headed. Read more…

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