Wow, when even the diehard lefties manning the bridge at Newsweek begin to worry that there may be icebergs ahead in those swiftly rising seas, you have to wonder if the global ardor for global warming isn’t cooling more than just a bit. But in what can only be described as a modified limited hangout, Newsweek reluctantly acknowledges in a lame, excusatory manner, that maybe, just maybe, this whole global warming thingy might have been conducted a bit more scientifically.
Newsweek simply can’t bring itself to admit that whoever it was who hacked the East Anglia computers actually did the entire world a favor by exposing the bogus science that was being used to justify this whole counterfeit concept. Nope, those thieving culprits are repeatedly characterized negatively:
What went wrong? Part of the blame lies, of course, with those who obstructed the efforts of the IPCC and the individual scientists, including bloggers who tried to sandbag scientists with spurious FOIA requests, and the perpetrators (as yet unknown) of the hack at the Climatic Research Unit.
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Spurious requests? Science depends on open inquiry, with critics able to access the underlying basic data, a principal of science violated by ignoring the FOIA requests. But wonder of wonders, Newsweek then goes on with this grudging concession:
Read More: By Russ Vaughn, American Thinker