The scientists say that the e-mail messages, which have circulated on the Internet and which disclose the inner workings of a small network of climatologists who chart the planet’s temperature, have damaged the public’s trust in the evidence that humans are dangerously warming the planet, just as many countries are poised to start reining in greenhouse gas emissions.
The NY Times is avoiding the real issues. Human-Caused Global Warming is being used to sell us all a carbon tax, which will drive up the cost of goods and services even more than they are already.
Al Gore and his investors stand to make billions of dollars in a financial fraud on a scale to make Bernie Madoff look like he pilfered the coffee fund form the office.
Government's gladly got on board this carbon tax because they will collect trillions of dollars to fix a problem that does not exist, which means they can spend the money on whatever else they feel like.
And behind it all is the agenda to trick the people of planet Earth into accepting the yoke of a global oligarchy "for their own good".
This NY Times article totally avoids the question of whether the evidence that supports the claim of anthropogenic global warming is worth any trust. Isn't that really the heart of the CRU leaked emails; that the pretty charts and graphs are worthless? Yet to read the NY Times article, it appears their spin is that regardless of how many scientists were caught rigging the data, the issue still remains beyond any doubt.