Winner of July 2008 Gore Award for Obvious Pandering Hypocrisy
What he said in 1993:
In particular, we do not observe the large surface warming trends predicted by models; indeed, we detect significant surface cooling trends over the western Arctic Ocean during winter and autumn. This discrepancy suggests that present climate models do not adequately incorporate the physical processes that affect the polar regions.What he says now:
Some skeptics of global warming have also suggested that the melt is part of a cyclical process. Flat out wrong, says Serreze. He explains, "It's not cyclical at this point. I think we understand the physics behind this pretty well. We've known for at least 30 years, from our earliest climate models, that it's the Arctic where we'd see the first signs of global warming."Serreze says, "It's a situation where we hate to say we told you so, but we told you so.
Actually, Mark - it's not. You actually told us the exact opposite.
(From Tom Nelson, of course)