Party Line right, climate science wrong

Guest Opinion By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Ryan Cooper (left below), an innumerate journalist writing for The Week, asks (alongside the obligatory picture of a cuddly polar bear, right below) the tendentious question, “Have conservatives noticed their favorite climate talking point has been obliterated? Dumb journo Dumb animal “Conservatives”, says Cooper, “have long been searching…

Lush Venus? Searing Earth? It could have happened

Rice University scientists propose that life in the solar system could have been very different If conditions had been just a little different an eon ago, there might be plentiful life on Venus and none on Earth. The idea isn’t so far-fetched, according to a hypothesis by Rice University scientists and their colleagues who published…

NASA plans GHG world tour

NASA’s Airborne Mission to Explore the Global Atmosphere Ice sheets, deserts, rivers, islands, coasts and oceans — the features of Earth’s surface are wildly different, spread across a vast geography. The same is true for Earth’s thin film of atmosphere and the mix of gases it holds, although the details are invisible to human eyes.…