ARCTIC SEA ICE –Sad News About North Pole Camera–

Yesterday I received this polite email:


I’m sorry, but I’m afraid we are all out of luck for a North Pole webcam this year.  NPEO did not receive the proposed renewal for this year.  We hope to be able to pick the program back up for next year’s budget cycle, but we will have to see how that goes next fall.  NPEO has operated since 2000, and this is the second time this has happened.  Hopefully, we can recover from this as we did the first time, but in soft-money science, there are many demands and no guarantees.
I hope to be able to maintain the website at least at a minimal level.  We are very grateful for your interest and expression of support.

Roger Andersen       (206) 543-1258
                       Cell  (206) 551-0460                     
Polar Science Center, Applied Physics Lab, University of Washington
1013 NE 40th, Seattle, WA  98105-6698  USA       FAX (206) 616-3142

I have to run to work, but hope to find time to comment later. In the mean time please help me by thinking of things I can put in a letter to my congressmen. (I will say, privately to you,  that if the government wanted to save money, they could start by firing Mark Serreze….but that is just my bad mood talking. I probably won’t put that in my letter.)

3 thoughts on “ARCTIC SEA ICE –Sad News About North Pole Camera–

  1. With all the billions being spent researching “climate change”, plus all the hysterical blathering about the “screaming Arctic” and “death spirals”, we can’t afford a couple of cameras to determine what is actually taking place in the real world?

  2. Pingback: ARCTIC SEA ICE –Not Too Early To Donate $20,000 To Fund My Barneo Trip– | Sunrise's Swansong

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