Let's assume the East Angola incident never happened and that all Global Climate science was working for actual truth. How good of a job have they been doing? If we were to take the predictions of just a decade ago and look at how they panned out, how well did they do?
Is anyone actually still thinking in the face of this track record that the alarmists know as much as they claim?
Its very difficult to model global temperature trends because there are so many factors involved and so much variation from year to year. I freely admit that current models predicting sea level rise and temperature fluctuations are speculative at best, and they are even less accurate making predictions at the local level.
For example, most models assumed an even sea level rise globally, yet new information shows it is rising faster on the northern east coast than the SE US. http://www.sciencene..._sea_level_rise
But imo its silly to dismiss overwhelming scientific evidence because a few people have overstated the immediate danger posed by global warming. Humans may only contribute a fraction of the global CO2 flux each year, but we have added a major source of CO2 without adding any significant sinks. The result has been a steady, accelerating rise in atmospheric CO2 concentrations since the industrial revolution which isnt going to magically stop unless we do something about it