Check out NASA's new science blog

Tue, 2008-09-02 09:58Kevin Grandia
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Check out NASA's new science blog

When it comes to climate science, its usually best to talk to climate scientists. And a new blog set up by NASA at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory is a welcomed voice in the social media arena.

While climate isn't the only focus of the new JPL blog, so far there has been a pretty heavy focus on the issue. So grab the JPL blog's RSS feed and keep up-to-date on the latest in climate change science through the eyes of an actual climate scientist. 

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This post doesn’t seem to include a link…

This may be the blog in question: http://blogs.jpl.nasa.gov/

Forgot to switch the post over to include links (a spam control protocol) - thanks for pointing it out Milan.

We all make mistakes, eh! Thabnks for sending me to a cool new NASA site.

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