Tuesday, 9 April 2013

New warmist simulation study: "Climate change will lead to bumpier transatlantic flights"

The UK climatologists must have spent many an hour at the wheel of their secret simulator.

Here comes the latest news from the wonderful world of climate simulators:

Two UK scientists,who must have received a lot of funding for their simulation games, conclude that global warming will make their flights to climate gatherings in exotic places like Bali and Cancun a lot bumpier (although not before 2050):

Our results suggest that climate change will lead to bumpier transatlantic flights by the middle of this century. Journey times may lengthen and fuel consumption and emissions may increase. Aviation is partly responsible for changing the climate9, but our findings show for the first time how climate change could affect aviation.

Read the the abstract in Nature Climate Change here

Climate scientists Paul D. Williams (National Centre for Atmospheric Science, Department of Meteorology, University of Reading) and Manoj M. Joshi (School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia) are already looking forward to their next groundbreaking, lavishly funded project, "The influence of climate change on train delays on the London Tube in the mid 21 century"

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