Category Archives: technology

Green’s own inspired failure …

The Wilderness Society on fire again: The Wilderness Society WA shared The Wilderness Society‘s photo. A much more inspiring event and conversation than Abbott’s failures at the G20!

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cryogenic fracking wins …

This ought to put a dent into the anti-frakkers’ wailings, they wont have a plot left to argue about. I’m sure that liquid nitrogen will now be demonized, just like the false CO2 rhetoric.   Waterless Fracking promises more energy, … Continue reading

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frakking fraud activism …

Anti-frakking hystericals have failed to read and understand the science,  instead, insist on follow the fraudsters: Anti-fracking activist sticks by industry “expert” who was proven to be a fraud Oct 14, 2014 8:01 PM by Jazz Shaw … The local … Continue reading

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Delingpole unloads …

Environmental Researcher: Wind Industry Riddled with ‘Absolute Corruption’ James Delingpole A Mexican ecologist has blown the whistle on the corruption, lies and incompetence of the wind industry – and on the massive environmental damage it causes in the name of … Continue reading

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“power sources that unleash puppies and rainbows ” …

The destruction of the environment by Green energy programs, is now more than apparent a looming nightmare. Manufacturing of old world technology using today’s metallurgical alchemy is devastating significant Chinese landscapes, in this first post(via greenie watch):   […]  “This … Continue reading

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museum secrets … pearling, fish, stockmen and local media

Chains, now only used between consenting adults …

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fracktivists … “little, shriveled, meager, though loud and troublesome, insects of the hour.”

  Fracked, for certain. What really drives anti-fracking zealots? by PAUL DRIESSEN Recent news stories underscore the tremendous benefits brought by America’s fracking revolution. * The shale oil production boom could boost US crude production to 9.5 million barrels of … Continue reading

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gas-washing, of oils …

Finally, CSIRO gets down and dirty with useful research on oil and gas products. A new process of oil washing makes for interesting reading here at SNWA.  It’s possibly the reason West Australian oils are ‘light crude’. Lots of implications … Continue reading

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“Fracking is safe, jackasses” …

‘Waking up ninnies’ is an oxymoron  … they just want to freeze! Here is another handwringer proposal. http://www.infozine.com/news/stories/op/storiesView/sid/59431/ Let’s see if I can help–fracking occurs at 10,000 feet and has been proven safe for 50, damn years. WAKE UP ALL … Continue reading

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massive green kill …

The most insidious installations of renewable energy are those that cause mass killing of wildlife. Flocks of birds, zapped and fried in an instance. (via Greenie Watch) Uh oh: California solar plant fries thousands of birds in mid-flight Workers at … Continue reading

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