Category Archives: Resources

awkward Green facts …

Dr John Ray shows his distaste for the Green Agenda! Brainless Greenies again I quite agree, but as usual, ignore the evidence is their motif, if it doesn’t fit the agenda. More damning evidence here from Dr Ray at Greenie … 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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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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activism rejects science …

Greenpeace Activism, the last refuge of scoundrels. Here is the latest waffle and a petition, along with the gullible congregation that pray at the Green altar of hypocrisy, commenting on social media.

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Savannah enriching the environment and traditional owners …

The projects I have been planning for years are now ready for implementation, after considerable research, with a plan for around 50,000 trees to start with. Funding from government and industry creates too much red tape and conditions which could … Continue reading

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the pearl in the West Kimberley …

For a few days I was ‘off-grid’, enjoying a brief holiday with family in one of the West Kimberley’s hidden gems, Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm. These pics reflect the work that goes into farming Pearl Oysters by tricking them into … Continue reading

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recording errors …

Mistakes are common with BoM, and who knows when these are corrected, if they are. Apparently Beverley, in the WA state’s south-west had 402mm rain last night, says BoM’s rainfall map. Beverley is the red spot. (Update, it’s a DAFWA … Continue reading

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good for the environment …

The Green Blob will be miffed, fracking is good for the environment. Good for the environment. Go on, say it again slowly so they can understand, Fracking is good for the environment. Count the ways. The oil and gas boom … Continue reading

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helping the dugong …

I have been involved with running a series of restoration projects around Broome, including several Green Army teams. The sign below explains what this one is about, with a graduation of the first team here on Friday, before the second … 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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