Monthly Archives: January 2017

a time of plenty …

Following on from December’s record 400mm+ rainfall, January 2017 exceeds the average, just before the end of the month with about 250mm recorded and a day to go. Fruit, nuts and flowers are in abundance with the extra moisture, welcomed … Continue reading

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deceptive health subterfuge …

In our timeline post – Three Decades of Wind Industry Deception: A Chronology of a Global Conspiracy of Silence and Subterfuge – we covered the fact that – from 1995 – the wind industry drew together a hand-picked team with … Continue reading

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NYT searches for it’s own swamp’s plughole …

The New York Times, in a bid to counter the skeptical side in the AGW war, admits that it’s warmist readers are dumb. Unwittingly, of course, but that’s the media we know today. Robert Tracinski New York Times: Our readers … Continue reading

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thriving with CO2 …

The continued burning and processing of coal, oil and gas is imperative for the well-being of the environment. Higher atmospheric CO2 brings us a greener Planet. Plants thrive with less moisture and warmer temperatures with more atmospheric carbon.  John O’Sullivan … Continue reading

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growing tough seedlings … by being mean

Learning how to grow seedlings has kept me busy for nearly 2 decades, and working out the best survival tactics for seedlings is one positive result. Now, a student at Curtin University in Perth describes my processes. Treat them rough, … Continue reading

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life of plenty …

Excellent conditions this wet season brings out the poor cousins of butterflies and other associated predators. Out in the field or at home, nature carries on. Here a Sea Eagle on Cable Beach gently wafts along the top of the … Continue reading

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on censorship, cry babies and snowflakes …

Now there’s a winner, President Trump, Facebook, Google and all the Progressives that once were called ‘media’, have doubled down with the Censorship, Omissions and Fake news. Evidence is seen everywhere, every touch leaves a trace: Speak freely SOFT CENSORSHIP?? … Continue reading

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climate reality and the absurd …

Tony Heller has been auditing weather homogenization, purification, scarification and all other methods of creating a funding opportunity. I found these notable quotes from the world’s best on his site. “The whole aim of practical politics is to keep the … Continue reading

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biology stabilizes climate …

Dr Judith Curry posts this remarkable observation from an Oxford scientist and lecturer, Biology is responsible for our planet’s climate equilibrium. Beyond Physics: Advanced Biology and Climate Change by Clive Hambler All living and dead carbon based molecules emit gases as … Continue reading

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a hotter past … fleeing to the hills

The hottest day on record? Not 2010, BUT 1828 at a blistering 53.9 °C Back before man-made climate change was frying Australia, when CO2 was around 300ppm, the continent savoured an ideal pre-industrial climate…….. RIGHT? This is the kind of … Continue reading

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