- A clear understanding of the climate record, rather than a cobbled together mess of dubiously adjusted modern measurements and "proxy" measurements standing in for real temperature data;
- A full understanding of the underlying physical mechanisms; and,
- The ability to make forecasting models with a track record of accurate predictions over the very long term rather than the current models which have been shown to be wrong, and tweaked on an ad hoc basis to cover up their deficiencies.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
"What It Would Take to Prove Global Warming"
An article by Robert Tracinski at The Federalist. He lists three things: