I’m pleased to inform you that my employer, the Jackson School of of Geosciences at the University of Texas, is producing a series of articles setting the record straight on common climate myths.
These may be useful as supplementary materials for the Skeptical Science site, which as most readers will know, collects a similar set of information. Here we have working climate scientists commenting on their areas of expertise.
The most recent “Myth” is addressed by my boss, Charles S. Jackson:
Myth No. 3: You can’t trust climate models because they do a lousy job representing clouds and aerosols.
Previous submissions include Dr. Rong Fu on Myth 1: What global warming? Earth has actually been cooling since 1998 and Charles Jackson on Myth 2: Increased carbon dioxide (CO2) can’t contribute to global warming: It’s already maxed out as a factor and besides, water vapor is more consequential.