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Supreme Court Intervenes in Children’s Climate Change Court Case

Guest essay by Eric Worrall Justice John Roberts of the US Supreme Court has stepped in and temporarily halted the Children’s Climate Lawsuit, pending resolution of a Government application to have the case dismissed. The Supreme Court stepped in to stall a climate lawsuit. That’s really weird. It’s the second time the high court has…

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NASA releases photo of weird rectangular iceberg

Operation IceBridge, NASA’s longest-running aerial survey of polar ice, carried a flight over the northern Antarctic Peninsula on Oct. 16, 2018. During the flight, IceBridge senior support scientist Jeremy Harbeck spotted two rectangular icebergs floating among sea ice just off of the Larsen C ice shelf. “I thought it was pretty interesting; I often see…

NASA fixes the Hubble Space Telescope

With a series of forced maneuvers, NASA fixes the Hubble’s gyroscopes Washington, Oct 23 – The Hubble Space Telescope may soon resume science operations, say NASA scientists, after resolving a technical glitch that forced the probe to enter ‘safe mode’ earlier this month. After the telescope’s gyroscope — which helps Hubble turn and lock on…

Climatologist Pat Michaels on “Life, Liberty, and Levin”

Video follows. Sunday night former Virginia State Climatologist and Cato Institute scholar Pat Michaels was featured on Fox’s “Life, Liberty & Levin”, Mark Levin’s one-hour in depth interview program.  For those not familiar, this is not the Mark Levin you hear on the radio.  He’s quiet and questions his guests with great depth, and they…