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"Climate change of pace," (the confessions of Phil Jones), my Forbes Online piece

By Michael Fumento

"You can't handle the truth!
There have been a lot of well-kept secrets among the global warmists - which is primarily why the so-called "Climategate" stolen e-mails proved such a scandal. They showed that, in addition to squelching dissenters, the warmists were admitting things to each other that they were denying to the public. They felt, as a Jack Nicholson character put it, "You can't handle the truth!"

But now the truth is coming out. One fact is that there has been no statistically significant warming for quite awhile. The other is that temperatures in the Middle Ages, at the very least in the northern hemisphere, were considerably warmer than they are now. (See inset.)

Conceding both these points in a BBC interview was Professor Phil Jones. He was director of the University of East Anglia Climatic Research Unit, where the hacked Internet server released thousands of e-mails and other documents. Read about his shockingly honest admissions - and the ramification of them - in my new Forbes Online piece.

February 18, 2010 09:06 AM  ·  Global Warming  ·  Recent Posts