Thursday, 5 November 2015

Monckton Pause Update - it's got to go

Monckton has held the start of the pause as February 1997.  But it's about to go.

Monckton, about to auction off his xerox machine version here.

Cached here.

Key quote:
From next month on, the Pause will probably shorten dramatically and may disappear altogether for a time.
Sorry, your Lordship.  If it is real and not a mathematical artifact of the data that you are selecting, then it won't disappear because it has happened.  The man is, however, a scientific nonentity.

How do we know:
The Pause – politically useful though it may be to all who wish that the “official” scientific community would remember its duty of skepticism – is far less important than the growing discrepancy between the predictions of the general-circulation models and observed reality.
The Good Lord is changing his tune, just as the non-pause is going to disappear from his Casio calculator.

Good riddance, say I.

1 comment:

  1. So Monckton will abandon the fake significance of his cherry-picked 'pause, and throw his weight behind Roy Spencer's sneakily base-lined model /obs 'discrepancy'?

    The timing is coincidence, of course