@Twitter @Support is not playing by their own rules in the unfair suspension of climate skeptic Tom Nelson

UPDATE: 4/3/15 1PM PST WUWT gets results, Tom is out of “twitmo” I don’t regularly take up causes on WUWT, but this one sticks in my craw for the sheer pointlessness of it all. To borrow an overused phrase from the warmist movement, this is a “canary in the coal mine for free speech and…

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The Search for Novelty in Science

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Why pre-judging the value of potential stepping stones to a solution, stifles scientific innovation. Kenneth Stanley, one of the world’s top artificial intelligence researchers, has produced a fascinating presentation, on why focusing on an objective can sabotage innovation. Consider how you would teach a robot to solve a maze. The…

25 Years of Monitoring Global Temperatures from Satellites and an Interview with Christy and Spencer of UAH

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale It’s been 25 years since Spencer and Christy of the University of Alabama at Huntsvillle published their 1990 paper Precise Monitoring of Global Temperature Trends from Satellites.  The abstract reads (my boldface): Passive microwave radiometry from satellites provides more precise atmospheric temperature information than that obtained from the relatively sparse…