Monthly Archives: July 2016

pushing climate change for profits …

The Clinton Foundation, caught enriching the big banks and Wall Street with their crony funding of a failed technology, wind, by their climate scares. […] Goldman Sachs: donated between $1 million to $5 million and the Goldman Sachs Philanthropy Fund … Continue reading

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along the dinosaur coast …

The fossilized dinosaur footprints lead the way, Pandanus Palms and a wonder of the Dampier Peninsula from Broome and all parts north, the rare and Endangered ecology of a “Remnant Vine Forest”. This is a rare mix of fruiting trees … Continue reading

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nature’s perfect shapes …

I often wondered where the shape for the B-1 and B-2 bombers’ inspiration came from. Hawkmoths. An interesting coloured patch between the moth’s eyes when looking straight at it: Update, from Strategy Page: Posted 7/24/2016 A B-1 bomber takes off … Continue reading

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energy bubble, busting out …

The Citizens Electoral Council explains Australia’s electricity market, and how it’s doomed to failure if it follows South Australia’s example: South Australia‚Äôs electricity crisis is a green market failure Australia must scrap the delusional Renewable Energy Target (RET), the National … Continue reading

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drinking The Guardian’s kool-ade …

So funny, I just had to post this. Don’t they realize it takes a lot of power to make stuff, mine it, process it, manufacture the parts, then to build it and ship it? I guess that they don’t, or … Continue reading

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the best new discovery to aid indigenous communities …

My long week of field trips last week was the culmination of years of research for a product or products, led by Queensland Food Science Researcher, Dr Yasmina Sultan-Bawa: Provide a very good income for indigenous outstations and communities with … Continue reading

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gardening on town verges …

My group has been pushing this ‘greening’ agenda in Pilbara and Kimberley towns for more than a decade, replacing grass weeds and bare dirt with indigenous plant species to protect erosion and provide a home to smaller animals, birds and … Continue reading

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the tip of Dampier Peninsula …

A very busy time, so I apologize for the lack of posts here. Some images of Cape Leveque, 200km north of Broome, here below, until I catch up editing and writing some reports. Click to enlarge:

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Broome fantasy …

Broome has regions surrounding the town that are often overlooked by the thousands of visitors at this time of year. Unless you are more adventurous and know an informed local, you wont see any of this. This is why I … Continue reading

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the truth, or what you are told to believe …

Since when do you apologise for reporting the truth? They haven’t yet understood that the more you are intimidated and give in, the more power you give to your opposition conservatives. Reminds me of the hundreds of times this has … Continue reading

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