Climate modeling failure is unequivocal and ubiquitous for a multitude of reasons – a new study adds yet another reason as researchers determine the IPCC models incorrectly assume a historical polar amplification that did not happen.
Read here. Climate models are notoriously bad at predicting future climate conditions, which a preponderanceof empirical evidence substantiates. This magnitude of failure is likely to be partially due to faulty assumptions about the past climate.
One key assumption of the climate models is that the northern polar regions, in the past, experienced an amplification of warming versus that of the mid-northern latitudes and thus would do the same in the future.