James Inhofe Video: James Hansen’s Former Boss Declares Himself a Skeptic
As an engineer, there is a very simple way you can validate computer climate models. You simply set the initial values at some past date, say the year 1 AD, and run the models to predict what the climate will be for the next 2,000 years. Are if you are even daring, why not try the last 400,000 years and run the models forward. Since we have somewhat reliable measured data, it should be easy to see if the models are worthwhile.
So why haven’t the computer climate modelers done this? Well because the models don’t match reality.
End of story.