The IPPC GCMs (Global Climate Models) are based on a scientific error committed back in 1906.
Here is the abstract of an article that explains why the so called "Greenhouse Effect" has no thermodynamic basis:
This article explores the "Greenhouse Effect" in contemporary literature and in the frame of physics,
finding a conspicuous lack of clear thermodynamic definition. The "Greenhouse Effect" is defined by
Arrhenius' (1896) modification of Pouillet's backradiation idea so that instead of
Brant, I am glad we agree on some bases, with general outlines of the Greenhouse Effect. Let's see if I have properly understood further agreement and disagreement.
-- the Greehouse Effect. while physically real, is a part of the complex interaction of an atmosphere.
-- there are variables that have nothing to do with the GHE that also have impacted climate in the distant past and in the recent past. and in the present. Cloud cover, albedo, H20, ocean processes, solar intensity and total irrad