Another in the series of Monckton of Brenchley papers. This time, Responses to a true-believing supporter of David Suzuki’s enviro-activism. Lord Monckton begins,
"Dear Mr. A., - Your latest note to me makes so many points that have little scientific foundation that I have here drawn together some of the quantitative evidence demonstrating that most of your assertions are as unfounded as the apocalyptic millenarianism that flows from them. David Suzuki, whom you support, fled down an echoing corridor in the Rio conference centre in 2012 when I tried to shake him by the hand. He was not willing to engage with me or anyone sufficiently informed about the climate. Let us, then, look at some of the facts together, and draw some reasonable, uncontentious and unalarming conclusions.
Models: Since, as you now concede, models are incapable of correctly representing short-term fluctuations in ocean currents, or for that matter medium-term phase-transitions in the El-Nino/La-Nina ratio, or the timing and magnitude of phase-transitions in the great ocean oscillations, then – as their continuing propensity to predict warming greater than is actually occurring demonstrates – they cannot be relied upon to make predictions of future temperature change to a useful precision......"
See the full paper HERE