The message about incompatibility was on my Windows Phone. As most know, IE 9 is what is running on the phone, hence why no other browser was available for me.
I'm an app developer and have no need to download and install other browsers for cross compatibility reasons, so I have never, ever used any other browser, except in the early years of the internet before Microsoft had their own browser.
I probably went a little over board on the leftist terminology, but seeing an alarmist forecast of doom on the front page of my newspaper this morning got me into a bad mood.
Now I know many of you Microsoft folks are in the Redmond / Seattle area, and it rains there about as much as it does a little further north in Vancouver. Here is a link to a $700,000 study that says its going to get 25 percent drier here because of global warming, and we should spend our scarce dollars doing something about it. I'm not buying it. A further 1 million dollars is going to be spent promoting this alarmism.
I appreciate Charles clear headed and none combative response, and I will post his comment to the forum / website that I originally encountered the link to the NASA site in question.
By the way, here is a graphic of the latest science of paleoclimate, clearly showing that there was a medieval warm period much warmer than today. ( http://wattsupwiththat.com/2012/06/12/the-longest-most-high-resolution-most-inconvenient-paleoclimate-data-that-hasnt-been-published/ )