|Golly gosh, there are times when it feels like I've slipped into a parallel universe.The recent shift in the ground under our feet relating to climate change leaves one almost with that giddy and disoriented feeling you'd imagine from travelling between different universes or dimensions.Now the BBC's Roger Harrabin has put a series of questions to Professor Phil Jones, the currently suspended director of the Climatic Research Unit (CRU) at the University of East Anglia.His answers are nothing short of astounding.He concedes most, if not all, of the points made by moderate climate sceptics over the years.Watts Up With That? summarises it thusly:|
Specifically, the Q-and-As confirm what many skeptics have long suspected:
Elsewhere at the same blog the vexed question of the trustworthiness of the surface temperature record (and how it is affected by the urban heat island effect) has now made it into The Times:
A new story by Jonathan Leake in the Sunday Times puts the spotlight on surface temperature data.