Tuesday, March 02, 2010

Climate scientist Dr. Phil Jones to Parliament

Jones said he expected to be cleared of accusations that he tried to pervert the scientific process.

Sceptics Nigel Lawson and Benny Peiser embarrassed themselves today with their sceptic foolishness, while UK scientists neutered the hostile interrogators with facts.
Under questions from the committee, prominent climate sceptics Nigel Lawson and Benny Peiser, who represented the Global Warming Policy Foundation, conceded that the use of the word "trick" was innocuous. Lawson said the issue was that the scientists had not disclosed the way they blended several separate data sets into single graph, which he called a "fudge". Jones said this was not true, and the technique was widely discussed in scientific papers.

Lawson and Peiser said they did not think the release of the emails questioned the underlying science of climate change. "This is nothing to do with the basic science, that's not the issue," Lawson said. Peiser said the emails had "tarnished the image of British science around the world"

Yeah and falsely so as the testimony shows.



Blogger GM Roper said...

York, I await the day when you eschew this tired dogma. When you finally admit that you have been duped and that you are sorry you didn't see through the flim-flam.

Of course, I won't hold my breath especially because if I do you will doubtlessly accuse me of increasing the CO2 content of my exhalation.

7:23 AM  
Blogger Mark said...

That would be a long wait. Don't worry, we'll have legislation soon, despite criminal efforts to stop it from your people. I love it when a plan comes together.

8:24 AM  

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