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Charles N. Steele

Climate "science" reminds me of macroeconomics. With both, there are data series that are interesting and sort of point to what's going on, but the magnitudes and causality are unclear and disputed, and sometimes even whether trends are positive or negative. And then there are beautifully constructed models. They do tell you a little something, and some get very excited about them, but no one who really understands them believes in them much. And no one really and truly understands what's going on.

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