A NASA-sponsored researcher at the University of Iowa has developed a way for spacecraft to hunt down hidden magnetic portals in the vicinity of Earth. These portals link the magnetic field of our planet to that of the sun.
....Er, NASA, why have you left out the MOONS ORBIT in this Video?
Carefully plucked like dew-covered orchids from the garden of YouTube, I hereby present the ten funniest videos about climate change which have ever been made, ever, by anyone, anywhere, ever – or at least of those I’ve seen. Which isn’t many.
But anyway, I should say there’s swearing and stuff, so best turn the sound down. I think the phrase is “Not Suitable For Work” which generally means it’s suitable for sharing at work.
1. Worrying research from the coal lobby. Wind turbines could blow the earth off its orbit. The Onion discusses.
A flurry of solar activity in early March dumped enough heat in Earth's upper atmosphere to power every residence in New York City for two years. The heat has since dissipated, but there's more to come as the solar cycle intensifies.
Barack Obama's 2003 Chicago Tonight appearance when gearing up for the 2003 Democratic primary for Senate. First time online. Follow me on Twitter at Twitter.com/AKaczynski1 for more great political videos.
In two television interviews conducted with Barack Obama when he was a candidate for U.S. Senate, the then-Illinois state representative exhibited some of the liberal tendencies Americans have come to recognize in his presidency, along with statements that seem at odds with his later policy decisions, and criticisms of the George W. Bush administration for budget deficits and foreign oil prices far milder than those over which Obama now presides.
“Chicago Tonight,” a production of WTTW-TV11 in Chicago, conducted the interviews in 2003 and 2004. The videos were first made publicly available on YouTube on Friday and Saturday. At the time of the 2003 appearance, Obama was a recent entrant into the Democratic primary race to replace the retiring Sen. Peter Fitzgerald. By the 2004 interview, Obama had already won a landslide primary victory and was just entering the general election season.
The other day I posted news that the UK November weather was on the way to become one of the, if not "the" mildest ever recorded. Today I was given my 45 day ahead forecast from Piers Corbyn and without giving to much away....the following BBC News YouTube from December 2010 gives you an idea of how the Jet stream can change to send in Easterly cold blasts from Russia to the UK. According to this BBC News report, 2010 was the second year in a row for the Jet stream to change in such a way, will 2011 be the third? Go to the WeatherAction.com site and find out more. If you buy the December forecasts you get the rest of November Free...GR
If you apply proper scientific method to the data relating to anthropogenic global warming, the myths that have been created are clearly exposed for what they are...
"There has never in human history been a greater disconnect between the basic science and what is going on at the moment... ...it is absolutely astonishing the disjunct between the politics and the socio-economics of the "green agenda".... Climate has always changed, it always will, there is nothing unusual about present day rates of change.
Atmospheric CO2 is not a pollutant, nor is it the primary forcing cause of climate change. Attempting to stop climate change is an expensive act of utter futility you are literally trying to stop the clouds crossing the sky " (Paraphrased)
Professor Bob Carter's presentation is an easy to understand explanation of this important issue