Daily Archives: March 3, 2008

Don J. Easterbrook on global cooling

Emeritus professor of geology Don J. Easterbrook writes to Marc Morano: Hi Marc, Yes, I saw the entry in your report (and well done, I might add). What prompted me to send you some additional material was not your report, … Continue reading

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China Plans New Moon Probe

China plans to launch its second lunar probe, Chang’e-2, around 2009, according to a top satellite scientist. Ye Peijian, chief commander and designer of China’s first moon probe satellite system, revealed the plan during an interview program on CCTV, China … Continue reading

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No Sunspot, Mumblings of Mutiny The sun continues quiet–eerily quiet. People are starting to notice. Cooler weather has the blogosphere alight with speculation about the climate’s real changes. Short-term temperature moves fire up both camps. From Planet Gore: Hopefully this … Continue reading

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