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date: Fri Feb 4 13:34:13 2005
from: Phil Jones <p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk>
subject: Re: Nature quote for checking
to: "Schiermeier, Quirin" <Q.SchiermeieratXYZxyzure.com>

Dear Quinn,
Fine. Presumably this will be in the same issue as the Moberg et al paper
next week. Although I'm away Feb 6-9, I'll be in on Feb 10 (pm), so if you
send your story next week I'd appreciate it. Other media may call on Feb 10-11.
Cheers
Phil
At 12:22 04/02/2005, you wrote:

Dear Phil,

Would that be ok:

"The past climate is somewhat irrelevant when it comes to predict the future climate,"
says Phil Jones, a climate researcher at the University of East Anglia in the UK. "What
really matters is what has happened in the 20^th century - and we can expect from that a
much warmer climate in the future than in the warmest period of the last millennium."

Thanks,
Quirin

-----Original Message-----
From: Phil Jones [[1]mailto:p.jonesatXYZxyz.ac.uk]
Sent: 01 February 2005 16:40
To: Schiermeier, Quirin
Subject: Re: Request from Nature

Dear Quirin,
Can you call me early tomorrow as I have a few things to finish today?
Can you call between 08.30-09.30 tomorrow UK time, so one hour later your
time? Number is +44 1603 592090 .
I would prefer not to talk much about the GRL paper, as McIntyre and McKittirick
are wrong and the paper should never have been accepted by GRL. There is a lot
on this on this web site [2]http://www.realclimate.org/ . I know this site is partly
run
by Mike Mann. The GRL paper was not reviewed by paleo people but by hydrologists.
The GRL paper is wrong because it just can't have been that warm in the 15th century.
The paper is a complete outlier.
Happy to talk about the Moberg et al. paper. I've seen an earlier draft, but I know
from Anders that the results haven't changed since I heard him present it at a meeting
in 2004.
Cheers
Phil
At 14:59 01/02/2005, you wrote:
Dear Dr Jones,

I am working on a news article for Nature about the issue of temperature variability in
the last 1,000 years, pegged to the lMcIntyre/McKitrick paper in GRL, and a paper by
Anders Moberg in the 10 February issue in Nature.

It would be interested in your viewpoint. Can I call you today or later this week?

Thank you very much for your help with this.

Sincerely,
Quirin Schiemreier

Quirin Schiermeier
German Correspondent of Nature
Josephspitalstrasse 15
D-80331 Munich
Germany
tel + 49 89 5490 5714
fax + 49 89 5490 5720
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