Tag Archives: greenhouse gas emissions

a BIG FAT price …

[…] ‘Poverty is not going down in the world.  It is going up’.  There’s one for Matt Ridley to take apart.  Can’t recall which CEO said that.  The inaccuracies are coming thick and fast.  I can’t keep up. Then as … Continue reading

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termites, worms, winners …

I camped next to a termite mound in the Great Sandy Desert a few years ago, and watched a new room being finished off just after sunrise. An amazing piece of construction by tiny insects, using materials close at hand. … Continue reading

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green/left dishonesty …

Australia’s environmental lobby are flat out with intent to destroy the environment. They are ignoring the greater truth about the devastating impact of solar and wind, in fact, producing lie after lie, and ignore the full story, along with their … Continue reading

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saving mankind from a bleak future …

[…] Thorium molten salt reactors, without the need for all the backup safety systems that U235 nuclear plants have, should be no more expensive to build than coal-fired plants. This is an overnight capital cost of $3,246/kW as opposed to … Continue reading

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more CO2 … more potato

Much more CO2, much more potato: Plant Growth Database (14 May 2015) Our latest result of plant growth responses to atmospheric CO2 enrichment obtained from experiments described in the peer-reviewed scientific literature is for Potato (Fleisher et al., 2013)… Potatoes … Continue reading

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keeping the lights on … and affordable

[…] And this doesn’t include the public’s failure to embrace higher-priced electric cars — even with tens of thousands of dollars of subsidies and tax credits. Looking at all the policy reviews, the trend is clear. As Watchdog.org, in a … Continue reading

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warming wanted …

Prefer the warmer climates myself. China has prospered during warm periods, yet suffered when cold: Two Millennia of Climate Change & the Fiscal Well-Being of China (13 April 2015) During relatively warm periods, the fiscal climate in China has generally … Continue reading

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“blessings of higher temps and CO2″ …

A new paper finds out that the main agenda (twin evils) outcome for climate scientists is wrong: The Growth & Water Use Efficiency of Two Tree Species Since 1850 (7 April 2015) Have the two phenomena been helped or hurt … Continue reading

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the ‘war’ without end? … CO2

Oh dear, it can’t be true: The Global Warming War Some well known and highly respected scientists have their say in this short trailer of a new documentary. This is gonna hurt bad, I’m sure.   Some sceptics have made a … Continue reading

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thick red line … failed

The religion of the left, mostly alarmed by a non-existant global warming, believe this red line. Reality shows something else: It’s large so they can understand it. By Paul Gattis | pgattis@al.com Enlarged The chart suggests warming is happening at … Continue reading

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