Climate scientist: Data increasingly unnecessary

In analysis, news by Bruce Kaskubar0 Comments

Talking about climate change, climate scientist Michael Mann recently told a Democratic party committee that data and models “increasingly are unnecessary” because the impact is obvious. Before Copernicus, everyone knew the sun revolved around the earth: it was obvious from looking at it. Everyone but Copernicus was wrong. Mann is just as wrong. Does he believe magicians cut assistants in half? True science is the honest analysis of honest data. There are plenty of indications that Mann and his ilk have not done that. His latest pronouncement would never be thought, much less uttered, by a real scientist. First it was global cooling in the 70s. Then it was global warming. Now it’s climate change. Climate change is real. It’s been happening since the earth was born. How …