Using old NASA imagery to look at Antarctic Ice in the 1960’s

From Space.com: Old Moon Images Get Modern Makeover WOODLANDS, Texas — Think of it as a space age twist to that adage: Something old, something new…something borrowed, something blue. Back in 1966 and 1967, NASA hurled a series of Lunar Orbiter spacecraft to the moon. Each of the five orbiters were dispatched to map the…

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Tipping Point In The Media

Guest Post by Steven Goddard Over the last year or so I have been taking an informal survey of a key news metric – Google news searches for the term “global warming.”  A year ago, the ratio of alarmist/skeptical articles was close to 100/1.  About six months ago, the ratio was 90/10, Two months ago…

Electric Utility sues New York over CO2 regulation

“Of course you realize, this means war!” – Bugs War has been declared in the New York court system over global warming regulation. Indeck Corinth L.P., which operates the Corinth Generating Station, an electric power plant in Corinth, NY, sued New York stateon January 29, 2009 claiming that the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) that…

Another record month at WUWT

Love it or hate it, WUWT gets traffic. This month was 1,478,801 page views. This is up significantly from both January (1,324,097) and February (1,168,852). As always, my sincere thanks to the many readers, commenters (even the angry ones, you know who you are ;-) ), moderators, and guest contributors that keep WUWT fresh and…

Lindzen on negative climate feedback

NEW 4/10/09: There is an update to this post, see below the “read the rest of this entry” – Anthony Guest Post by Richard Lindzen, PhD. Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meteorology, Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Science, MIT This essay is from an email list that I subscribe to. Dr. Lindzen has sent…