Watch the video below and see if you can see where the warming stops: (seen at the wonderful APOD site)
Seen on APOD, please enjoy this stunning act of simple observation. Full Moon Silhouettes Video Credit & Copyright: Mark Gee; Music: Tenderness (Dan Phillipson) From APOD's description: One impressive moonrise was imaged two nights ago over Mount Victoria Lookout in Wellington, New Zealand. With detailed planning, an industrious astrophotographer placed a camera about two kilometers … Continue reading Simple and beautiful.
From the "just because it's beautiful" department, have a look at the image sequence below. Thanks again to APOD! Water Dance from Alex Cherney on Vimeo.
From APOD: (click on image for full resolution, totally awesome!) Here is an equally stuning video of that prominence erupting: Ironic that according to the IPCC that massive ball of fire has nothing to do with the climate which is entirely controled by CO2, isn't it? (As humour is hard to detect on the internets … Continue reading (OT) Totally awesome!
Don't miss April 19th's APOD, a truly awsome sight! And while on the subject of Eyjafjallajokull and my recent post about it, readers should be aware of a correction on the source site. The best estimate of CO2 is in fact 150,000 tons per day, not 7400, with a possible maximum of 300,000 tons per … Continue reading Ash and Lightning Above an Icelandic Volcano
Via last Thursday's APOD, I came to this site where I downloaded an excellent, high-res video about some recent research out of Germany. Over the last 16 years, a team of astronomers have taken images of a tiny patch of sky that is the very center of the milky way. By doing this they have … Continue reading How kewl is this?