> the European airspace at the whim of a computer model which has been proven incorrect
> and now someone's trying to close down the Atlantic on the same basis?
'close down the atlantic'? Did you just write that? Yes you did.
> Remember, the CO2 scare that we're just coming out of was driven entirely by models.
Because to be on the safe side we should forget the models and wait for ecological catastrophe to [happen] [not happen]. Delete as appropriate.
> Hasn't anyone noticed that these models are just plain wrong? All the time?
Models are models and have degrees of accuracy, not absolutes. However it's clear you have no idea of what a model is. Or how models relate to the real world. Or the complexities of fluids, or the lack of info on how oil reacts with water, what the deep currents are in that area, or how the marine life will be affected, including microbes. Or anything relevant really.
But so long as you can find a keyboard & mouse, just keep on posting. This is the reg. Neurons optional. Unfortunately.