Global Cooling and Sun spots

A nice article on the current state of climate research, and the impact that the sun and sun spots have on climate. With all the talk about Hurricanes and global warming, it is critical that the information and debate be based in reality.

The article includes this quotation:

Climate stability has never been a […]

Key Hurricane Satellite Could Fail

A key hurricane satellite, called QuikSCAT, could fail at anytime according to the NOAA’s Administrator Conrad Lautenbacher. Launched June 19 of 1999 (http://winds.jpl.nasa.gov/missions/quikscat/index.cfm) with a 2-3 year mission life, the satellite is 5-6 years past its projected life span and running on a backup transmitter. According to NASA’s JPL June 5, 2006 status review, “scatterometer […]