We thought we’d get away from Climategate and enjoy this sunny California Saturday for a change. But we had to quickly post up a link to an article of the BBC’s Roger Harrabin doing a Q&A with the University of East Anglia’s Phil Jones, who is at the center of the Climategate scandal.
It looks terrific, but admittedly we have not even read it before writing this post. So obviously, no time for any clever analysis. Please read it and let us know your comments below, what stands out to you, anything you find interesting.
We did skim it quickly though, and thought this Q&A was interesting:
E – How confident are you that warming has taken place and that humans are mainly responsible?
I’m 100% confident that the climate has warmed. As to the second question, I would go along with IPCC Chapter 9 – there’s evidence that most of the warming since the 1950s is due to human activity.
“100% confident” means it’s a fact to him. That means his
theory fact holds true will ALL data, for ANY time in history. If that were the case, why the “tricks?” Not much of a scientist is he?
Full Story: BBC
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