New Branch of AGW Cult Science

From NPR:

“Nowadays, when there’s a killer heat wave or serious drought somewhere, people wonder: Is this climate change at work? It’s a question scientists have struggled with for years. And now there’s a new field of research that’s providing some answers. It’s called “attribution science” — a set of principles that allow scientists to determine when it’s a change in climate that’s altering weather events … and when it isn’t.”

Isn’t that just precious?

The same group of anthropogenic global warming (AGW) cult scientists who can’t explain why global temperature anomalies have been flat for 18 years (even though atmospheric CO2 concentrations are continuing to increase) will now tell us, with 100% certainty, whether each weather event is the result of this magical CO2 molecule which comprises 0.04% of our atmosphere.

Just 1 day before this NPR story ran we see another story here where a climate scientist admits that the AGW cult models are deeply flawed since they didn’t predict the lack of warming for the past 18 years.

“You’re going back to a fundamental question of science that when you understand a system, you are able to predict its behavior. The fact that no one predicted what’s happened in the past 18 years indicates we have a long way to go to understand the climate system,” Christy replied.

“And that the way the predictions were wrong were all to one direction, which means the predictions or the science is biased in one direction, toward overcooking the atmosphere.”

The AGW cult doesn’t know how to fix their models to correctly hind cast the past 18 years of no warming but never mind, we should totally trust them to ascertain whether the recent drought, flood, hurricane or tornado was a result of atmospheric CO2.

And NPR reports this story with a straight face.

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