Category Archives: technology

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

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the renewable energy collapse …

This is an important look at the collapse and failure of Eastern Australia to maintain a secure power grid electricity supply, copied in full here: Australia: A Dead Man Warns of a Dying Grid Not long before his sudden and … Continue reading

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the science on Broome’s dinosaur trackways … published

A comprehensive new paper from the Dr Steve Salisbury team of Paleontologists, of the many dinosaur trackways that inhabit Broome’s coastline, covered and then uncovered by sand washed by very big tides and cyclones. Steve Salisbury  Everything you ever wanted … Continue reading

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unleaded or beneath reason, South Australia goes down the rabbit hole …

South Australia’s power insanity intensifies, I think Premier Weatherall has become unhinged, perhaps too much leaden condiments in his intake. From Paul Miskelly and Tom Quirk, their final comment: […] So the battery storage is some $60 to $90 billion … Continue reading

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the rats in Labor/Green ranks …

Labor/Greens massive unused white elephant desalination plant is now unusable. Rats have eaten the wiring apparently, as the labor boondogglers try to start up the plant during a very wet, flooding, Victorian winter, spring and summer. […] “Daniel Andrews sat … Continue reading

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yes, a complete and utter debacle …

This is a terrible result, that I predicted when it was first written on the back of a beer coaster by the worst business decision in Australia, ever. The ‘super-dooper’ brilliant, fail of Australia’s optic fibre National Broadcasting Network. The … Continue reading

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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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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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