MPs Quiz Phil Jones at UK Science and Technology Select Committee
1 Mar 2010—Professor Phil Jones, who has stepped down as the director of Climatic Research Unit (CRU) based at the University of East Anglia (UEA) pending the findings of an independent inquiry, is questioned in public for the first time since the internet posting of the East Anglia scientists’ emails.
Global warming claims of future increases in temperature are based on flawed computer models. The models are protected from investigation by proprietary patent claims by the companies that made the software models. The flawed software models give inaccurate results which support global warming claims.
In part 2 of the video above, Professor Edward Acton, vice-chancellor of the University of East Anglia, told the committee that it was not possible to make the entire international data set available because of a “commercial promise”. “We are longing to publish it”, he said. He explained that a number of contributing nations—including Canada, Poland and Sweden—had refused to make their segments of data publicly available.