The New York Times has a lengthy article in support of those poor, misunderstood climatologists. Including the climo-fascists who have distorted, hid, obfuscated, and just plain lied in order to promote their religion: global warming.
The opening paragraph sets the tone:
For months, climate scientists have taken a vicious beating in the media and on the Internet, accused of hiding data, covering up errors and suppressing alternate views. Their response until now has been largely to assert the legitimacy of the vast body of climate science and to mock their critics as cranks and know-nothings.
Poor babies. But, not to worry, the Times comforts us: the Empire will strike back.
It’s all by global warmists defending global warmists and reminding us that those who cast doubts on the warmist enterprise are simply modern-day versions of the Inquisition.
It’s also apparent that the Times has no sense of when it slips into parody. The best kind, unintended parody. Consider this:
…scientists feel compelled to support their findings with careful observation and replicable analysis.
With all due respect (ok, no respect; this is one dumb statement), is not this what “scientists” are supposed to have done from the start? In fact, is this not a working definition of “science?”
The warmists’ problem is that it hasn’t been the case with their version of “science.”