Category Archives: Environment

“a miracle fertilizer” … to “the uncertainty has settled”

Give your vegetables more CO2. Look what the response on tomatoes from lots more CO2!   There is so much information on the co2science blog, a small snippet here, but go there and check the rest out: The Interactive Effects … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, comedy, energy, Environment, science, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

wacky nutball science and fake news … an epidemic

Fake News Channel jumps the shark. Buoyed by Victoria’s future, and South Australia’s,  continuing black-outs, it’s ABC Solar dreaming all the way. Blackout every night. “We expect over the next couple of years [it] will really reduce the cost to … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, comedy, energy, Environment, media, Oz politics, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

falsifying climate change’s CO2 problem …

Just released: A peer reviewed Climate Science Research Report has proven that it is all but certain that EPA’s basic claim that CO2 is a pollutant is totally false. So all that data tampering is for nothing. Read the rest … Continue reading

Posted in Climate, energy, Environment, science, weather | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

salt marsh country near Broome …

There are many salt marshes along the Kimberley and Pilbara coastlines. These pics were from near Sandfire on the 80 mile beach. They contain a wide variety of colours and shapes of edible saltbush species. Click to zoom. From Willies … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

riverine escape …

Some more pics from along the Berkeley River, half way between Wyndham and Kalumburu in the North Kimberley. Spectacular scenery, flora and fauna make it a great spot to visit. Click to zoom.

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

cliff-hanging scenery …

The Berkeley River  has cliffs along nearly 20km of navigable river, an outstanding scenic attraction for those fortunate enough to stay at the Berkeley River Lodge in the NE Kimberley. Click to zoom:

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

the Pandanus Palm from the north …

Pandanus Palms, Pandanus spiralis, are an iconic species growing across Australia’s north, with some Kimberley types pictured here. Now they are growing in many parks and gardens, and are useful as a habitat for birds, bats and reptiles. The leaves … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , | 2 Comments

another Green science fraud bites the dust … covered up research

Scientific fraud against Monsanto’s Roundup has uncovered a Green agenda against successful farming practices, where the use of Roundup has enabled farmers to avoid the most toxic weedkillers once used extensively in cropping: Another Left-Wing Science Scandal Roundup does not … Continue reading

Posted in Environment, Health, science, technology | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

wild horse roaming …

One of my joys collecting plant material for propagation is running into wild horses, once used as stockhorses, where the bull-buggy and motorbike now rule. Over time horses get to know us and trust us to check over them for … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

out on the plain …

Close to Broome, is a low lying plain, often flooded during the wet season, where many birds, wallabies and other animals thrive. It was formerly a part of a cattle station, now soon to become a conservation park. Here are … Continue reading

Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment