So what you are implying is that 99 percent of the scientific community is fraud, and the 1 percent in the employ of Big Oil and the Republican party are correct. Sounds like trolling to me.

The problem with data sharing is that scientific results became intellectual property of the producers, pretty much the same as trade secrets. Careers and grants depend on getting the results that funders want to hear, and sharing how these results were obtained decreases the chance of getting the grant. Like in any competitive bidding, it is the race to the bottom, he who can produce the desired results at the lowest price wins.

This does not necessarily result in scientific fraud, but it certainly results in the situation described by this article.