'There is no England anymore.' House of Commons dismissed charges of dishonesty about ClimateGate emails, Phil Jones now says he did delete email.
- "There is no England anymore." Above Prince William whose humility will never be known by anyone in the 'climate' industry or House of Commons.
- 11/15/10, A year after ClimateGate emails were made public,
“We just thought if they’re going to ask for more, we might as well not have them”
Apparently Jones deleted these emails, to “simplify his life”, by “not having them”, if they were requested by people “in the future”. Mindblowing.
- The Nature article portrays Jones’ story through Climategate year One. He is shown as a sensitive man, sucked into a vortex of reactive maneuvers, outwitting critics, bloggers and sceptics, deleting emails in the process.
As much as one hopes for more transparency and data openness, one hopes Jones finds the right rationalizations to put his mind at rest first.
- Meanwhile the cooling skeptics are not going to get anything in the near future, it seems."...
- taking bribes related to Southern Sudan:
- International donors have pumped millions into development projects in the African region through a
Macmillan told Reuters news agency it had reached a settlement with the bank."
- Nature Magazine was the first to publish ClimateGate figure Michael Mann's "Hockey Stick" graph about alleged global warming in 1998. Following its acceptance by the prestigious journal, the United Nations Climate Reports of 2001 and beyond presented the Mann hockey stick as "settled science." Mann's hockey stick graph was used as a sales aid by Lehman Brothers to sell carbon trading financial schemes. Lehman Brothers' "Carbon Desk" is of course out of business.
- 11/29/09, "Only this month, the UN banned
- Croatia from trading carbon after
- it cheated in the way it reported emissions. Greece has also been disciplined.
- where 90pc of promised carbon reductions
- had not been delivered. "...
- Reference: 11.29.09, "European climate exchange chief Patrick Burley defends the carbon trading system," UK Telegraph, Rowena Mason