Tag Archives: research

carbon breakdown …

  Munching mulch is what these fungi do, common in the tropics after rain, which we are anticipating in the next few weeks. As long ago as 12 years ago, science knew how good fungi are in the increased CO2 … Continue reading

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horse treatments … or mis-treatment of horses

Australian bureaucrats and government agencies have committed a series of animal cruelty acts in their endeavor to rid the outback of what they call ‘feral horses’ by shooting them from helicopters. This, despite their history of helping civilization for thousands … Continue reading

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“kill up to 28,000 birds a year” … “over $2.7 billion losses”

The giant solar boondoggle powers on, like a giant (sink)hole absorbing taxpayer’s cash. Now they want a whole lot more. Is Obama’s latest green-energy boondoggle the biggest ever?: World’s largest solar plant seeks “obscene” $539 million taxpayer bailout . Obama’s … Continue reading

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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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ancient horse culture …

An interesting post on the Raxa Collective about ‘rewilding’ horses. Sounds what unethical cattle station owners have done here in Australia to the Stockhorse. Makes the research from  “The Wild Horse Conspiracy” author, Craig Downer, and others, even more important. … Continue reading

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under the waves, Roebuck Bay, Broome

The wealth of the environment surrounding Broome is astounding. It’s just that you can’t often see it. Our own impact on Roebuck Bay must remain small so these rare mammals’ ecology remains pristine. Broome Seagrass and Roebuck Bay Working Group … Continue reading

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Ludwig Leichhardt perished nearby a century and a half ago …

Earlier this year, I headed off into the Great Sandy Desert, searching for suitable plant species, as well as looking for artifacts left by explorer Ludwig Leichhardt. The intrepid chaps we helped trying to reach this spot ended in failure, … Continue reading

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wild and still free …

Earlier this year, some local wild horses came to check out the ‘treat supply’, and meet with ecologist Craig Downer. Ecologist, Craig Downer from the US,  recently visited these horses near Broome. He had this comment to make: “Such a … Continue reading

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Kimberley wild horse country …

Last month’s trek through the SE Kimberley, where three deserts meet, was full of unexpected results. Some are now downloaded here, click to enlarge: Horses, Also the odd dromedary:

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it’s a food bonanza … more CO2 please

Great: Newsbytes: World food production at record levels Despite all the gloom and doom from people like Paul Ehrlich and the warmers who say global warming will stunt food production, the reality is far different. It seems the increase in … Continue reading

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