Originally Posted by look
Following links from your article, I found this:Read the whole thing:
I have two words for you: group selection. What perks do you think the scientists and those benefiting from the Green Revolution receive? Who gets hurt
by the over-hype of the global warming story?
Originally Posted by AemJeff
The CRU email theft didn't show "malfeasance" on the part of East Anglia scientists. There have been multiple inquiries into this issue, and only minor problems were found. Among those, some of the scientists were found to be "'unhelpful and defensive' when responding to legitimate requests made under freedom of information (FOI) laws." :
Aside from you quibbling about what's required to show "malfeasance" how do you think this is contradicted by what you've posted here? Starting an argument about whether the content of an email messages (from a store of thousands) containing a request that you haven't shown even to have been acted upon, is sufficient grounds for a general charge of "malfeasance" is a bet you'd lose. There has been an investigation into this matter - something I've already pointed out in this conversation. Do you have information that was withheld from the inquiries?
You tell me, please, what it is you believe regarding "[w]hat perks [...] the scientists and those benefiting from the Green Revolution receive?" That's an insinuation for which you've provided no basis at all.