Why climate models are not fit for purpose

Yesterday we looked at urban heat islands and their effect on climate data. Today we look at the mechanism that’s driving the climate cult movement: modeling.

As Andrew Montford says in this thread:

Climate models are *really* big. Millions of lines of code attempting to reproduce the physics of a highly complex system, creating an artificial world, its surface divided into cells of up to 100 km × 100 km in size, multiple layers of atmosphere above, and ocean below.

Let’s examine why they are useless.

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