Category Archives: science

unique indigenous food orchards on the way …

I got a mention from an interview I did on ABC Rural about our land-use future in the Tropics. Well worth a read how a new Industry will use new methods of land use we call Savannah Enrichment. The WA … Continue reading

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the resilience of coral reefs …

The bleaching and occasional death of coral reefs, surprisingly increases the diversity of invertebrates, says this paper posted at co2science: How Reef Invertebrate Diversity Responds to Coral Mortality Paper Reviewed Nelson, H.R., Kuempel, C.D. and Altieri, A.H. 2016. The resilience … Continue reading

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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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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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plant’s reproduction triggers …

Research on plant triggers that cause budding, flowering and fruiting is not all well understand. Here is a post that may show some light on a plant’s ability to bud at a certain part of the season, flower, even on … 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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