Clearly, models cannot be used to predict future global temperatures reliably

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By S. Fred Singer, PhD —— Bio and Archives January 3, 2011

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I recently read an interesting discussion on ‘uncertainty in climate modeling’ by Tebaldi, Schmidt, Murphy and Smith in the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists, But the authors ignore some of the central problems that plague climate models that try to predict the development of future climate. I am referring here to three major issues:

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