March 06, 2010

Did Phil Jones Perjure Himself?

Look, I have no idea what the UK's perjury laws are, especially in front of Parliament. But whatever they are, Phil Jones may have indeed perjured himself.

Dr. Jones asserted that the weather services of several countries, including Sweden, Canada and Poland, had refused to allow their data to be released, to explain his reluctance to comply with Freedom of Information requests.

This statement is false and misleading in regards to the Swedish data.

All Swedish climate data are available in the public domain. As is demonstrated in the attached correspondence between SMHI (Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute), the UK Met Office and Dr. Jones (the last correspondence dated yesterday March 4), this has been clearly explained to Dr. Jones. What is also clear is that SMHI is reluctant to be connected to data that has undergone “processing” {heh. What's Scandi for "fucking shredding as we fucking speak"?-ed}by the East Anglia research unit.



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