Computer model blows tomorrow's weather forecast, yet models supposedly can predict climate in the next century

Or, so we're told.

The variables and unknowns in predicting the climate are immensely greater than what is involved in predicting tomorrow's weather, as difficult as that is.

So, it was interesting to read about the horribly wrong prediction of a possible 16-t-17 inch snowfall in Chicago made by NBC 5 meteorologist Brant Miller's. Stack every climatologist who "knows" that manmade global warming is "certain," and you get a pile of arrogance higher than the Empire State Building. The basis of their certitude? Their computer models. That should tell you something.

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