Tag Archives: nature

tracking dinosaurs …

The world’s most impressive and substantial dinosaur footprint highway is about to be bombarded by a number of human Paleontologist and assisting researcher’s footprints, drones and lasers. The Broome coastline for 200 km contains examples of at least 16 different … 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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“corrosive” nonsense from NOAA …

More like “asshatification:, not acidification! These ‘climate scientists’ have lost the plot. Basic chemistry is abandoned, and the comments in this post (many from chemists) let them have it. Another busted scare! Ocean acidification Claim: NOAA says the Arctic Ocean … Continue reading

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bee colony collapse … wind turbines?

Dr John Ray: This is an amusing study. ¬†Greenies have it as an item of faith that things they don’t like — such as pesticides — are responsible for shrinking bee populations. ¬†What if the real culprits were the Greenies’ … Continue reading

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peddlers of fraud …

At last, seen for what they really are: THOSE conservationists and wacky scientists who waged a jihad against Queensland by falsely claiming that the Great Barrier Reef was in danger because of degradation and over-development should leave the state and … Continue reading

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the Kimberley, researching of humpback whales …

If you’ve never been to the Kimberley in Western Australia before, this documentary on Sunday on the National Geographic channel, will whet your appetite. Thousands of humpback whales arrive at this time each year to calve, with the area from … Continue reading

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more CO2 improves health …

There’s nothing extra CO2 isn’t good for it seems, except in the greeny mind: Pathogen Pressure on Seagrass: Helped or Hindered by Warming? (27 May 2015) Chalk another one up for warming being the purveyor of good news for a … Continue reading

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flowering in the suburbs of Broome … Pt3

Part 3 in the images of some of plant species flowering now in a Broome suburb.

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flowering time in the tropics … Pt2

This second part covers some of the many Acacia species found in this subdivision visited yesterday, click to enlarge. Acacias species is one of the biggest genus found growing in Australia:

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flowering time in the North … Pt1

New residential sub-divisions all over the Kimberley and Pilbara have, in recent years, moved to using indigenous species in parks and gardens. This series of flower images represent a small selection now in flower. The first here includes Grevilleas, and … Continue reading

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