Daily Archives: May 9, 2010

Lessons from the Gulf blowout

Learning (the right lessons, hopefully) from the Gulf of Mexico disaster. Also, a transcript of an radio call in of an eyewitness account (provided by geologist Jimmy Haigh) follows this article. Guest post by Paul Driessen Transocean’s semi-submersible drilling vessel … Continue reading

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WUWT Arctic Sea Ice News #4

By Steve Goddard The Catlin Expedition is Now only 45 miles away from the North Pole. They have traveled 265 miles (as the crow flies) since March 3, for an average of about four miles per day.  They only have … Continue reading

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