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fact checked frakking …

The one-sided campaign against drilling for gas and oil by the frakking method needs to be countered by other reports without the total and utter bias shown. There is always more than one side to any story, yet those with … 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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proof the globe is not warming …

The troposphere must show a hot spot, according to the IPCC science if global warming is real. Dr David Evans left the Australian Department of Climate Change from 2010 on finding no sign of warming in the troposphere, or anywhere else … Continue reading

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creatures …

A lot of the world’s environment is still unknown: National Geographic Top 10 New Species: Cartwheeling Spider, Psychedelic Sea Slug Since 2008, the State University of New York’s International Institute for Species Exploration has recognized the weirdest and most fascinating … Continue reading

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the next ‘superfood’ … Gubinge

Our project aims have now been pushed by the local media. The basic premise behind our plant nursery in Broome is a part of the ABC item below. We are steadily working this particular species of bush fruit, locally called Gubinge, … 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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new life after fire …

Hitting the bush this week, to see the regeneration following severe fires late last year. The Solanums are flowering profusely, showing their ability to adapt to fire. Solanums are known locally as Bush Tomatoes, yet a number of species are … Continue reading

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reality, and data, trumps models …

Cyclone forecasting ( hurricanes too) has been way off in recent years, not complying with the real world. Warmist Met offices have been proven to be wrong time and time again. Now comes more proof: Tropical Cyclones in High-Resolution Global … Continue reading

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repaired, and better brains …

Faster, please, as Instapundit’ Glenn Reynolds always says. New Alzheimer’s treatment fully restores memory function Australian researchers have come up with a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques – structures that are… http://www.sciencealert.com Please make … 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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