It the email controversy that started in November of 2009, where a hacker got into the computers at University of East Anglia’s Climate Research Unit, and spread 61 megabytes of confidential information out into the Internet. This included 1079 emails and 72 documents of people’s personal information and conversations that sometimes included scandalous statements. This scandal is even referred to as “the greatest in modern science”. For more detailed information, you can go to the link below.
Climategate refers to a climate change scandal that took place in November 2009. A hacker stole more than a thousand emails from the Climate Research Institute at the University of East Anglia, and released many to the public. This information was used as proof for climate change skeptics that scientists were falsifying data and misrepresenting facts in order to make the public believe climate change was taking place. Many parts of the emails were taken out of context, causing many people to believe the skeptics, and seriously doubt the credibility of the scientists and their research. Many of the emails were written unprofessionally, as no one ever thought they would be made public, but no one found any evidence of scientists tampering with data in order to prove global warming.
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