Computers and Computer Models are well-defined scientific tools used extensively in many fields saving hours, days, months and even years of analysis and calculations, the data output of a computer model can be tested by other computers when using the same data input and code, to confirm or negate the end results. The output of a computer model is only as good as the input data, the output can be slanted by the quality and volume of the input data selected for processing and by the programmer/operator. “A Computer is an electronic device that manipulates information, or data. To make a computer do anything, you have to write a computer program, to write a computer program you have to tell the computer, step by step, exactly what you want it to do, the computer then "executes" the program, following each step mechanically to accomplish the end goal. When you are telling the computer what to do, you also get to choose how it's going to do it”. Computer Modeling only requires a computer with installed modeling software, a program that can be manipulated by the input data and the operator, just as you can manipulate a Tax software program to obtain the desired results that hopefully will sail thru the IRS computer without triggering “red flags”. Please review the following MIT link:

http://instituteforenergyresearch.org/analysis/scathing-mit-paper-blasts-obamas-climate-models/

IPCC predictions on Global Warming/Climate Change are based upon Computer Models, IPCC computers use selected input data, they are programed and manipulated to provide the desired results, the results are put forth as gospel and circulated unquestionably by the world’s liberal news media and environmental activists based upon their mantra “anthropogenic science is settled and 97% of the world’s scientists agree”. That false mantra is contrary to real science and an insult to the scientific profession.

 

All IPCC predictions have failed to materialize and have raised many “red flags” which are totally ignored by the media and loyal IPCC followers. The IPCC conducts their own “in house” peer reviews and does not share their data or codes for third party testing…

 

In the Fall of 1969 I enrolled in one of the first computer programming courses offered by UCLA, I got there early expecting to meet with a few colleagues I had not seen in a while, was surprised to see the room full, I got the last open seat in the back, soon a dozen guys were standing along the walls, the door opens and young kid enters wearing a clean white T shirt, clean but tattered jean’s and worn tennies, we average 40 all suited w/ties, I figured he was lost, he looks around, goes to the blackboard, say’s “I’m your instructor and writes his name”, he is a grad student from Caltech, he talks about what the course is all about then prints in big letters: “Garbage In, Garbage Out”, and over that long course a lot of time was devoted to that problem. I learned two important things: I realized I would never be a good programmer and I would never totally trust results obtained via computer modeling.  As a consulting engineer on occasion I’ve used computer modeling to “emphasize my brilliance and the wisdom of my reports”, and my clients were always very impressed. The power of the name “Computer Model” was and is very convincing, well beyond its scientific value…

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