USA Today reported that climate models may underestimate global warming trends. They say “warming could be twice as warm as current climate models predict.”
Collapsing polar ice caps, a green Sahara Desert, a 20-foot sea-level rise.
That’s the potential future of Earth, a new study suggests, noting that global warming could be twice as warm as current climate models predict. https://t.co/eLC609WGzQ
— USA TODAY (@USATODAY) July 6, 2018
However, the NATURAL global warming observed between 1980 and 2016 was actually HALF of what 102 averaged climate models predicted.
We can only conclude that future (if any) natural global warming will be far, far less than what the climate models predict. As for future global cooling, climate models will likely do the opposite and underestimate the cooling.
Dr. John Christy Testimony to Congress