Some housekeeping notes – what happened yesterday

Readers may have noticed that WUWT was down yesterday for about 30 minutes, the first time in nearly 12 years that the site went completely offline unplanned. Our hourly traffic graph showed the outage: Our hosting partner, WordPress.com Stopped serving pages from our website. Readers may have noticed that everything was down could not get…

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High-level climate conference in Porto, 7-8 September 2018: a special invitation to WUWT readers

By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley Following the successful London climate conference of 2016, Professor Nils-Axel Mörner and Pamela Matlack-Klein are organizing a high-level conference on The basic science of a changing climate at the Facultate de Letras (Humanities Faculty) in the University of Porto, Portugal, for two action-packed days – Friday 7 September and Saturday…

And….we’re back

After announcing the migration yesterday, the past 24 hours have been very stressful for me. About 11AM PDT yesterday, the migration began to move WUWT to a new much more secure and feature rich cloud server. It didn’t go well, and took far longer than I expected. There were issues with the server SSL certificate,…

UPDATE2: Another "Pay it forward" moment for WUWT

UPDATE: 930AM PST Sat, March 31 Readers may have noticed that this post was offline for awhile and that the GoFundMe site was taken down. Some readers are rightfully wondering what happened, and worried that there was some scam going on. The GoFundMe company reported that somebody tried to spoof the credentials of the campaign…

I've been invited by NASA to attend

People send me stuff. A few weeks ago, I got an email inviting me to apply for NASA press credentials at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center for the launch of GOES-S advanced Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-S on March 1st. …A recent tweet from NOAA about the upcoming launch: Can you feel it? The excitement, it's in…

Call for content: your weather pictures

Some WUWT readers may have noticed a feature on the sidebar called “Weather Picture of the Day“. It’s a hobby of mine that I started in the early part of the 21st century. I’ve always been fascinated by the amazing things that nature displays for us in the sky, and this is a way to…