Question: When a person or organization makes a clear "statement of fact" about global warming and climate change that is empirically wrong (wrong due to misrepresentation, deceit, omission, fabrication, speculation and/or exaggeration) does that constitute being a 'climate liar' or a 'climate denier' or both or neither?
Case in point: The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) states that "climate models have become remarkably accurate and...that future projections are robust."
The NCSE is spectacularly wrong with their above statement as the examples of robust prediction failure by climate models are empirical fact, which even the IPCC's associated scientists and model experts recognize.
So....is the NCSE a 'climate science liar'? A 'climate science denier'? A 'climate science abuser'? Or, just a flat-out, robust 'climate science ignoramus' (by accident or willingly)?