Originally Posted by AustinChief
NOT ONE ACCURATE PREDICTIVE MODEL IN HUMAN HISTORY. Not one.
Last time we had this discussion I gave the example of Hansen's 1988 predictions (very unsophisticated compared to those made today) which I contend has turned out to be a very reasonable prediction.
You argued that CO2 was above scenario A, while I countered that by looking at all forms of forcing (NOx, CFCs, methane, volcanic activity, etc) that we were really between scenarios B and C. (see post 57 in the thread below)
In post 58, you said I was wrong but never demonstrated why...
So no matter how many capital letters you use, you have not yet demonstrated that Hansen's predictions in 1988 were erroneous. If you can show that total forcing since 1985 is above scenario A, I'll grant that the Hansen 1988 prediction was wrong, but the ball is in your court.