From the Cheap Seats: Greens’ Computer Model Overstated Rate of Global Warming

September 16, 2013
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Will Fox take a pay cut now that the global warming lobby is admitting that their computer cooked the books?

Will Fox take a pay cut now that the global warming lobby is admitting that their computer cooked the books?

Wonder if Mrs. Sen. Mark Udall will take a pay cut now that the high priests of the Unholy Temple of Global Warming are preparing to admit that they sort of blew it on the rate global warming.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change is prepared to confess that it kinda sorta overstated the rate of climate change back in 2007. By about 50 percent.

In a leaked report that the IPCC would just as soon didn’t get out, the high priests will say that Earth’s fever, to use Al “Gimme the dough” Gore’s torpid metaphor, was only half right.

Actually, maybe not even that much, considering that there has been no global warming for nearly two decades, per the British Meteorological Office, which was every bit as eager to admit it as the IPCC is to discuss its measuring prowess.

The new report will say that the actual rate of increase has been 0.12 degrees per year.

Of course, it was the computer’s fault.

Cheap Seats could have told them as much. Garbage in, garbage out, as the saying goes.

The IPCC had said the earth was warming by 0.2 degrees centigrade every decade.  Not exactly searing but it was enough to enrich Al Gore and the aforementioned Maggie Fox, who runs the Climate Reality Project. (CRaP.)

Fox, whose $250,000 salary easily outpaces her hubby, Sen. Mark Udall, who holds down a modest $170,000 government job, has been hawking global-warming claptrap for years now.

Seems reasonable to Cheap Seats that if the earth isn’t as hot as she says it is, maybe she ought to take a pay cut.

All things being equal, Cheap Seats would just as soon Fox and Gore folded up their tent and got real work, but this would be a good start.

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4 Responses to From the Cheap Seats: Greens’ Computer Model Overstated Rate of Global Warming

  1. play nice
    September 16, 2013 at 2:00 pm

    Maggie seems to be over paid for not producing anything as attested to by her own words

    “At the Skoll World Forum event in Oxford in April 2013, Maggie discussed Climate Reality’s impact: “We haven’t actually been able to build a narrative… and affect culture,” says Maggie Fox, president of the Climate Reality Project, a U.S.-based effort to create new kinds of conversations about climate change. “There’s a lot of us, and (we’re) still not producing anything of consequence.”[9]

    • Bob Terry
      September 17, 2013 at 5:59 pm

      Like the Democrat in Denver They want to change behavior affect culture… Last call Losers party of the Gullible your table is ready ..Lets talk a bunch of C-R-A-P and see who buys into it … yeah carbon tax what a snake oil bottle is that ..

      I wonder how the earth survived before this bunch of know it all climate experts ever showed up ?? Maggie like her husband Mr Udall need a Bum’s rush out of town…

  2. Pete Piccone
    September 16, 2013 at 5:42 pm

    When will these people admit that they have been worshipping a false god. These trust fund babies couldn’t survive in the real world. For the kind of money Fox is pulling down, I can’t blame her for passing out the climate change cool aid. These doom-Sayers have been predicting the end of the world every 20 years or so and still have saps that will pay to hear their gospel. Te problem is that they are forcing me to pay too. I thought we were protected from a national religion.

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