Category Archives: energy

the miracle molecule of life …

Sensational, good news about CO2, again: Elevated CO2 Increases Soil Phosphorus Availability in a Phosphorus-Limited Australian Woodland (18 August 2016) A new FACE study reveals another significant benefit of increasing atmospheric CO2 concentrations for plants growing in phosphorus-limiting soils… What … Continue reading

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climate change a simple modelling error …

Climate change is basically unaffected by CO2, according to private research carried out by Dr David Evans, a Physicist and Electrical Engineer, published recently. Climate Scientists Misapplied Basic Physics A mistake in climate model architecture changes everything. Heat trapped by … Continue reading

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The Guardian moans … agenda threatened

[…] Whether its solar power or wind energy, there’s a common thread: A very select few are profiting hugely while the rest of society are left to clean up a huge industrial, financial and environmental mess.   Thank goodness for … Continue reading

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climate change evidence, absent …

Finally admitting the lack of evidence, the global warming debate is over. At least, that is, until the warmists make up or homogenize the data further than they have to date! Physicist Dr Gordon Fulks writes: In a stunning reversal … Continue reading

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deeply fried ‘streamers’ …

More than 6,000 birds fried by the Ivanpah solar power plant last year alone. Insects in millions never had a chance either. Here is the video. A recent study found Ivanpah killed 6,185 birds in 2015, including about 1,145 that … Continue reading

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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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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’s 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 environment’s “ethical misconduct”? …

[…] nearly two decades of “disturbing” data manipulation. Someone in the inorganic section of a USGS lab in Lakewood, Colorado manipulated data – some of which related to the environment – from 1996 to 2014, with “serious and far ranging” … Continue reading

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on manipulating temperature data …

Any theory needing to rely so consistently on fudging the evidence, I concluded, must be looked on not as science at all, but as simply a rather alarming case study in the aberrations of group psychology. Christopher Booker’s quote, in … Continue reading

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