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carbon shock … burn more coal to save the planet

Australia is the highest CO2 sequestering region on the planet according to research from satellites. That surprisingly eliminates all the fudging by the left of data to say we must reduce our CO2 emissions a lot more. The reverse is … Continue reading

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hypertension fix …

FASTER, PLEASE: Beating high blood pressure – with a beam: Heart experts treat condition by firing ultrasound waves at the kidneys. by Glenn Reynolds This could be a major turn around in the treatment to prevent heart disease. Bring it … Continue reading

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“for a wealthier, cleaner and more sustainable world” …

[…] Unfortunately, activists are often blind to the environmental benefits of petroleum-powered transportation. Countless local-food activists have embraced the notion of ‘food miles’ – the distance food items travel from farms to consumers – as the be all and end … Continue reading

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keeping on growing …

Antarctic ice that is: Sea Ice (Antarctic) — Summary (22 July 2015) Despite the supposedly unprecedented increases in mean global air temperature and atmospheric CO2 concentration that the planet has experienced since the late 1970s, Antarctic sea ice extent has … Continue reading

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rice production achieving CO2 benefits …

The Impacts of Elevated CO2 on Paddy Ecosystem C and N Status (21 July 2015) A five-year FACE study of rice production in a paddy field in China reveals a host of both real-time and future benefits of atmospheric CO2 … Continue reading

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hottest Australia …

One of my favorite areas of the environment is the hottest region of Western Australia, East and North East of the hottest town, Marble Bar. I go there during the hottest time of year to collect seed and plant material and … Continue reading

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fan-fracking-tastic …

What’s not to like: Five reasons shale gas is fracking fantastic Economically, socially and environmentally, fracking makes sense. You wouldn’t know it from most of the mainstream UK media coverage, but, far from being the work of the Antichrist, shale … Continue reading

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another ‘benefits of CO2′ on plant growth … even with saline stresses

Considerable science experiments with the use of elevated atmospheric CO2 show considerable benefits in plant growth, salinity tolerance and reduced moisture requirements. This is sensational news to farmers and horticulturalists. The surprise is the ability of plants to thrive with … Continue reading

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the “new ‘warming’ religion” …

Of course, the Nobel winning Professor is correct, as he should be: Nobel Prize Winning Physicist Dr. Ivar Giaever: ‘Global warming is a non-problem’ Not a faux Nobel Peace recipient like Obama, Gore, Mann, Hansen and co, but a real … Continue reading

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climate data “unusable” … and corrupt

Climate fail, of the biggest kind. A disaster for the global warmists. Government Climate Data Found Unreliable Written by John L Casey SSRC on 29 Jun 2015 Effective immediately, the Space and Science Research Corporation (SSRC), a leader in climate … Continue reading

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