Monthly Archives: November 2016

4 WAYS TO TAKE DOWN ILLEGAL DRONES — Utopia – you are standing in it!

via 4 WAYS TO TAKE DOWN ILLEGAL DRONES — Utopia – you are standing in it! Droned, or not to drone. myscienceacademy.org 9 hrs · The miniaturization of drones is where it really gets interesting. You can use these things … Continue reading

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wide open space … SE Kimberley

Wide open spaces where the Tanami Desert meets the Great Sandy Desert. Spinifex grasses are the most common, and a lake system of fresh to salt water ranging from full to dry as the seasons are extremely variable. Wild horses … Continue reading

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quality recreation time … Swan River, Perth

My recent Perth visit took me to the upper reaches of the Swan River in the Perth suburbs around Bassendean. Away from the touristy destinations of the Swan River in the city. Stars Mr Rocky and his little friend, Precious … Continue reading

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riding for the disabled …

My recent lack of posts was due to traveling and no internet, but caught up with plenty of family in Perth. One day was a visit to my brother’s voluntary job, at the Riding for the Diasabled farm just north … Continue reading

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mangroves, buffering acidity and CO2 …

The benefits of more CO2 continue, according to more research covered at co2science. Mangroves are shown to have a positive response to increasing atmospheric CO2: Effects of Elevated CO2 and Nutrients on the Growth of Mangroves (15 November 2016) Another … Continue reading

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on getting younger …

Reducing the age of the body’s cells has always intrigued Instapundit author, Professor Glenn Reynolds. This may even work to his advantage, but probably too late for me: FASTER, PLEASE: Turning back the aging clock. “Researchers from Caltech and UCLA … Continue reading

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new semi-conductor discovery …

A new material has been developed at the University of Manchester called Indium-Selenide, after the two elements were discovered when trialling different metals in their Graphene studies. This material is proving a better semi-conductor than silicon. Read all about it … Continue reading

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a new world of computing soon to begin …

Just when you thopught you understood the current computer technology we all use, along comes this mind-boggling new science to upend everything. Impossible sounding figures for doing calculations with qubits. […] By the time you get to 300 qubits, you’ve … Continue reading

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plants throw cold water on alarmism …

[…] From the DOE/LAWRENCE BERKELEY NATIONAL LABORATORY and the Department of Hungry Biomass comes this encouraging news that throws cold water on climate alarmism. Study: Carbon-hungry plants impede growth rate of atmospheric CO2  New findings suggest the rate at which … Continue reading

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the Great Sandy Desert environment …

Colourful, thriving plant species inhabit one of the hottest driest regions in Australia. Any town garden would be admired featuring a similar landscape. With 50C days in summer and freezing nights in winter, the ecology stands tall facing tough conditions. … Continue reading

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