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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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low tide exposes mud reef …

Another series of images from Cable Beach, where a mud reef becomes exposed by very low tides. The wealth of life in the mud is astonishing. At high tide this is 30 feet deep here. Click to enlarge: 

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pigs and scams at the University of Melbourne …

Pigs are flying at the University of Melbourne: […] Pigs could have particular problems in the heat as they do not possess sweat glands. Avocados are also likely to get smaller in warmer temperatures as the plants get stressed while … Continue reading

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ploughing through the ice …

The Aurora Australis is returning to Davis base to pick up a sick expeditioner, ramming through thick pack ice and -15C freezing conditions: As we continued through the heavier pack ice into lighter stuff the crew began the task of … Continue reading

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the biggest ever, set for the Kimberley Gas field near Browse island …

The Browse Basin off Broome is the destination for this lump of floating steel: Take the Empire State Building, lay it on the ground and add another 150 feet. Then put it out to sea. That’s essentially what Shell did … Continue reading

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sea level … unmoved

Global warming is BS. Now it shows that climate change hasn’t happened either: Climate disruption, now that’s definitely happened, as NO tornadoes have occurred this March in the US, the first time in decades. Now that’s disruption if ever I’ve … Continue reading

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battling the cold …

Conditions are very cold already in Antarctic waters (-8C) as the Australian resupply ship battles ice and heavy seas as the Aurora Australis begins the return trip to Tasmania. You can follow the voyage at the link above. Several Argo … Continue reading

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project Savannah …

Rapid progress toward implementing a Savannah enrichment program on indigenous outstations is keeping me away from the computer for long periods. A good thing, I think. Producing thousands tens of thousands of trees, helpful to indigenous incomes and culture, is … Continue reading

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misrepresenting science …

The Royal Society is admonished by a number of experts in the field, including some of their own members, through omissions: The Royal Society Misrepresents Climate Science The Small Print The Royal Society Left Out London, 16 March: A new … Continue reading

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flora as medicine …

What can this plant species not be good for: Curcumin proved effective at combating cancer WA SCIENTISTS have helped re-affirm that curcumin, a chemical compound found in turmeric, is a safe and promising treatment for most cancers and other inflammation-driven … Continue reading

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