* What are the confidence intervals around the answers to the above? I.e., what are the probabilities of the ranges of answers to the above.
* Assuming that such probabilistic models have been running, unchanged, for at least a decade - how have these probabilities held up, where it is possible to measure the actual outcomes?
So much science-y science you just can't stand it.
edit: One morbidly humorous plot is this one:
P1, P2 and P3 are just.. kind of ridiculous with that emission drop. It's the kind of thing where you go 'haha sure' and then drown your thoughts in beer.