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caterpillars eat more greens … latest research

All the extra Greenery from increased atmospheric CO2 has one researcher worried. Those darn caterpillars are eating it all! Really, what else can they come up with, too many flowers perhaps? Via Greenie Watch: […] Couture and his team walked … Continue reading

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historical climate records uncovered …

BoM is going to have some explaining to do, a book on Australian Meteorology from the 19th and early 20th Century,  different by about half, of BoM’s claimed rise. […] Chris Gillham’s Conclusions: Downward ACORN adjustment of historic temperature records … Continue reading

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searching for the hidden heat …

Google’s founder, Eric Schmidt, has invested heavily, here, hunting for the lost heat off the coast from Perth in Western Australia. Trenberth’s ‘can’t find the heat it’s in the bottom of the ocean’ comment must be Google’s reason for investing … Continue reading

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a rigorous impending review … BoM data changes are suspect

Another super-computer fail from BoM, uncovered by Warwick Hughes: Another useless Bureau of Meteorology Outlook – Australian summer rain shows BoM has not got a clue persevering with failed models Many more examples are found at his site. Fortunately, or … Continue reading

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frakking magic … Green dismay

Frakking away, the Green’s dismay. They will still find fault, probably the colour of the oil or something, just because. Bishop Hill: Magic wands and the greens Feb 25, 2015 Energy: gas Greens I think it was Bryony Worthington who once … Continue reading

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climate change may shorten winter … or may not

Assumptions and projections are not science but nonsense. This is another column at SNWA where the writer assumes ‘climate change’. Not global warming or global cooling, but climate change. The lower rainfall, dear author, is a result of mass clearing … Continue reading

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“framing and normative messaging” … climate psychology poppycock

Agenda driven pseudo-science at Australian Universities. Public support found in how you pose the question  Really, is that what climate science has fallen down to. Promoting propaganda, the Psychology Departments’ “structuring the message differently”. “When the costs of reducing Australia’s … Continue reading

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significant role of nitrogen …

Added Nitrogen to the forest floor accumulates more carbon in the soils. New research looks at the use of nitrogen in forests, in this long term study: Carbon Sequestration in Forest Soils: The Role of Added Nitrogen (17 February 2015) … Continue reading

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elevated CO2 is a desirable change … warmly welcomed

The Positive Impact of Elevated CO2 on Sunflower Seed Production[…] Just as is found for most all food crops, the yield of sunflower seed oil is significantly enhanced by atmospheric CO2 enrichment, as is the quality of the oil. Additional … Continue reading

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bacon and eggs …

Decades of failed dietary advice. Not the first time either: Surprise: Government has been wrong about cholesterol for 40 years  by Mary Katharine Ham Don’t fear the egg. We’ll have ham bacon with that!

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