GreenTracker| Global citizens concerned about climate change and the degree to which humans can and should change the course of climate history — because it suits the interests of humans to do so — will be disappointed to learn that Professor Phil Jones, the man at the center of ‘Climategate’ has admitted that he has trouble ‘keeping track’ of critical information.
While environmental data has been collected at multiple research stations around the globe, the University of East Anglia’s Climatic Research Unit, now the subject of an independent inquiry led by Britain’s top scientists, exists at the center of the science storm, demanding that world governments retool economies before it is too late.
These latest admissions from Professor Jones that he cannot find the critical data for the ‘hockey stick graph’ and other key ‘evidence’ of climate change science, leave informed people on every continent speechless.
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Read on: ‘Climategate’ expert Jones says data not well organized BBC News