Category Archives: science

ABC fails the journalism test … losers?

I hate having to tell ‘their’ ABC, but guys, it hasn’t warmed in 20 years (worst luck, I wish it would). That means you have little idea what you are talking about, just believe everything you are told if it … Continue reading

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Gruberization … how low have university courses become

Yes, that low, ‘because stupid’. Gruber unleashed a storm when he called voters too stupid to understand. Dr Tim Ball describes the new disconnect: Gruber Thinking in Climate Science: Disconnect Between Academia And The Real World. Guest opinion: Dr. Tim … Continue reading

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media confirmation bias … misusing science

Hottest ever, shouts ‘their’ ABC? The Guardian and Fairfax too. Codswallop. Icecap does the fact checking. The Northern Hemisphere currently is covered by a record amount of snow and ice for the time of year: Misuse of Science The Scientific … Continue reading

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the energy battle losers … and the winners keeping the lights on

Some fun topics on Insta this morning: #GREENFAIL: A Two-Day Battle to Charge My Car Convinced Me We’re Not Ready for EVs. CHEAP OIL COULD kill off biofuel mandates. I wouldn’t mind keeping cellulosic ethanol research going, but food-based biofuels … Continue reading

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CO2 increases are good news for rice farmers …

The increased atmospheric CO2 we now see is wonderful news for rice-growers. Not only showing a greatly improved crop yield when extra CO2 is made available, but the plant develops a much stronger immunity against weeds and pests according to … Continue reading

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doubling wireless transmission speeds …

Once again, wireless speeds for data can be doubled, this time by a simple new process that can transmit and receive data simultaneously on the same frequency. Glenn Reynolds   has the story: FASTER, PLEASE: “A relatively simple circuit invented … Continue reading

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the Professor and her ‘twin’ … teaching nonsense

Professor Carmen Lawrence, formerly a colleague of Professor Lewandowski from the Psych. Department of the University of Western Australia, and Premier of Western Australia, and former federal Labor politician. The Premier is under some scrutiny about corrupt practices of Labor, … Continue reading

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forcefeeding CO2 to plants …

Increased CO2 on bio-mass … now, that’s a massive increase. Number of trials and biomass increase with 300ppm higher: Terminalia arjuna [Terminalia] 8 190.6% Terminalia chebula [Myrobalan] 8 442.5% There are about a dozen species of Terminalia in the WA … Continue reading

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the gas that greens the planet … Dr Matt Ridley

Some more of that CO2 please. The greening of the earth continues due to the extra CO2 pouring out of Indian and Chinese power stations. Dr Matt Ridley, in this video posted by Geoff Brown, sets out the case: Matt … Continue reading

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ethical Green blackouts …

The Greens are their own worst enemy. Their ideological stance on the power grid, and their attraction to wind turbines and solar, their depiction of coal, gas and oil as unethical, is driving them into extinction. Germany is feeling the … Continue reading

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