Use of ‘too hot’ climate models exaggerates impacts of global warming
WORLD · SCIENCE · HEALTH
May 4, 20225 min read1047 words
Published: May 4, 2022  |  5 min read1047 words
One study suggests Arctic rainfall will become dominant in the 2060s, decades earlier than expected. Another claims air pollution from forest fires in the western United States could triple by 2100. A third says a mass ocean extinction could arrive in just a few centuries. All t...
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This is an interesting look into the world of climate modeling and the shortcomings of certain approaches. You can tell scientists are hesitant to call out each other's faulty analysis in this field because they don't want to encourage further denial of global warming, but I appreciate the criticism here as what's more important is getting accurate predictions and maintaining scientists' credibility.
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