Oh, Good, Now Warmists Are Making Predictions For 1,000 Years From Now

I guess 50 and 100 years out is not good enough, now they have really push the envelope

Together, the team performed the first full climate model simulation to make predictions on the effects of climate change 1,000 years from now.

One scenario simulated the outcome of current emission levels continuing until 2100, which then completely stop.

They found that current carbon dioxide levels will cause unstoppable effects to the climate for at least the next 1,000 years, which could cause an eventual rise of at least four metres in the global sea level by the year 3000, as well as the collapse of the West Antarctic ice sheet — an area the size of Canada’s prairies.

Say, I have an idea: how about making some predictions for this year, guys? Certainly your super duper computer models (snicker), which can make predictions that far out, can tell us what the climate will do this year, right?

On the flip side, the article does start with saying we will adapt, and ends with

“We have time,” he said. “But the sooner we start reducing our emissions, the less we’ll fundamentally change the planet. I can’t really imagine the world in 2100 or 2200, but we shouldn’t pretend there’s not going to be a big disruption. But it’s not the end of the world either, it’s just going to be completely different looking.”

Sssshhhhhh, don’t tell the other alarmist, as then they won’t have a reason to be concerned raise money.

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6 Responses to “Oh, Good, Now Warmists Are Making Predictions For 1,000 Years From Now”

  1. captainfish says:

    HELL, I’d be surprised if they can predict a week.

    If you can’t predict the temperatures within the error of 100 years, then what good are the models.

    The criers of Anthropogenic Rhetorical Warming can only cry and cry and cry and scary possible scenarios. Scifi authors could do no better than the criers doomsaying.

  2. Mike says:

    Speaking of “warming”, are y’all expecting any snow up your way? According to the weather Channel, we’re expected to get anywhere from four to nine inches of snow followed by sleet and freezing rain to top it off here in the upstate of South Carolina.

  3. captainfish says:

    Hey!!! Why’s it so cold?!?!!?

  4. Heck, meteorologists are having a tough time predicting the storms more than 48 hours out. They weren’t quite sure with the last storm, and it wasn’t until yesterday that it started firming up for the current storm, which is now supposed to start out with snow, and then turn to freezing rain and sleet, which will be worse.

    Reading from WRAL, the normal high for Raleigh today is 50. We barely cracked the freezing mark.

    We aren’t expecting to get that much snow, Mike. They say maybe an inch. Of course, a few days ago, they were talking 4-10. It’s the ice that will be bad here.

  5. Kevin says:

    I like the predictions they used to make 100 years ago much better. Flying cars, colonizing planets, stuff like that. Sure, the global warming crap is just as silly, but nearly as fun to think about.

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