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carbon shock … burn more coal to save the planet

Australia is the highest CO2 sequestering region on the planet according to research from satellites. That surprisingly eliminates all the fudging by the left of data to say we must reduce our CO2 emissions a lot more. The reverse is … Continue reading

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“for a wealthier, cleaner and more sustainable world” …

[…] Unfortunately, activists are often blind to the environmental benefits of petroleum-powered transportation. Countless local-food activists have embraced the notion of ‘food miles’ – the distance food items travel from farms to consumers – as the be all and end … Continue reading

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Pope Francis repeats the ‘Dark Ages’ …

When will the Churches ever learn: No comment available from Galileo. Climate science is the new religion. Fortunately people are now more aware, as the Pope’s  popularity goes into decline, surprisingly, even with the left. The drop in the pope’s … Continue reading

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rice production achieving CO2 benefits …

The Impacts of Elevated CO2 on Paddy Ecosystem C and N Status (21 July 2015) A five-year FACE study of rice production in a paddy field in China reveals a host of both real-time and future benefits of atmospheric CO2 … Continue reading

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fan-fracking-tastic …

What’s not to like: Five reasons shale gas is fracking fantastic Economically, socially and environmentally, fracking makes sense. You wouldn’t know it from most of the mainstream UK media coverage, but, far from being the work of the Antichrist, shale … Continue reading

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another ‘benefits of CO2′ on plant growth … even with saline stresses

Considerable science experiments with the use of elevated atmospheric CO2 show considerable benefits in plant growth, salinity tolerance and reduced moisture requirements. This is sensational news to farmers and horticulturalists. The surprise is the ability of plants to thrive with … Continue reading

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burn trees to save on coal, or burn coal to save the environment …

Ecologist Jim Steele writes this superb essay on Green follies, where it’s OK to send forests across oceans to power former coal powered stations, destroy the environment to produce wind turbines, and use scary propaganda to hype a false agenda. … Continue reading

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‘Green’ energy stealing resources from the poor …

[…] So Green energy is not so green after all. It reduces the supply of food, water and energy available to all life on earth, and it often consumes large amounts of hydrocarbon energy for its manufacture, construction, maintenance and … Continue reading

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media prostitutes … and the Pope

Hilarious. Following on from the MSM’s thrashing of the Catholic Church for any number of reasons from pedophilia to gay marriage, abortion, and more, all of a sudden, the holier than thou media laud the church for it’s minor stance … Continue reading

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spending 100 for a return of 3 … killing 200,000 a year

[…] subsidising windmills, wood-burners, anaerobic digesters, electric vehicles and all the rest — is due to cost us £1.8 trillion over the course of this century. In exchange for that Brobdingnagian sum, we hope to lower the air temperature by … Continue reading

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