The downgrading of our Education system continues, with weak-minded, flakey, easily offended children at our Universities looking for ‘Safe Spaces’. Rita slays them, in the Snowflake’s Revolution:
The only diversity not celebrated at university …
Once upon a time, universities were centres of excellence, achievement and critical thinking. It’s where the best and brightest would expand their minds and engage in robust debates, exploring ideas ranging from the conventional to the contentious. Those days are long gone.
Rita Panahi is going from strength to strength, now a regular on most Sky News programs!
Things only look like becoming worse, I’m afraid. Mine was the Flower Power Generation, but thank goodness they were a minority of students. Most were ‘hippies-in-the-wild’, Woodstock wannabes. After that came the Orange Rajneeshees of the ’70s.
So little is known about tropical Kimberley corals and coral reefs. With thousands of islands in the Buccaneer Archipelago, many offshore reefs such as Ashmore Reef, Seringapatam, Albert and many more. Now the Kimberley is found to have the ‘tallest reefs in the world!
Worth a look.
The big tides are also discussed here, up to 11 metres where those tall corals are found.
More of sciencewa:
More photographs from my long weekend trip up the Dampier Peninsula, where red dirt and corrugations prevail, dense woodland and pretty flowers.
The towns of Beagle Bay, Lombadina/Djarindjin and One Arm Point are all near the Northern bits of the Peninsula. Many other small communities exist, along with the Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm, where accommodation was superb. Click to enlarge:
Beagle Bay Church
The Northern half of the road is sealed.
13 more images:
Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, photography
Tagged beagle bay, Broome, cygnet bay, environment, kimberley region, lombadina, nature, travel, vacation
Ecologist Dr Jim Steele writes yet another superb article on the connections between coral, algae, CO2 and pH. Makes complete sense.
[…] Overall observations of the effects of photosynthesis and calcification reveal coral reefs are not victims of a fall of pH from 8.2 to 8.1 pH as suggested by Caldeira and Wickett 2005, Doney 2009 or Hoegh-Guldberg (2014). On the contrary as Gaia theory would suggest, coral reefs are actively regulating surface pH.
Jim Steele is author of Landscapes & Cycles: An Environmentalist’s Journey to Climate Skepticism
Even James Lovelock has renounced the Green religion. James was an original warmist, along with Al Gore.
Must remember, very low tides exposing coral reef around Broome beaches in 2 weeks! Looking forward to it.
Check this award winning photographic book by Charles E Rawlings on “Living Molluscs”.
Posted in Climate, Environment, science, photography
Tagged environment, climate, weather, carbon emissions., Anthony Watts, science, research, jim steele, charles e rawlings
Wow, the Democrats are worse than the Mafia. You will have to go and look for yourself at the link, there are already too many bodies.
Maybe now the FBI will take a better look! Of course, everybody has some dirt on everyone else. Who will crack first?
He tweeted this out less than an hour ago…..
That’s called theft, pure and simple. Stealing from the Treasury and gifting your political campaigns!
Birds of a feather. Even the US DOJ is in on it. Michael Smith, a former Detective is onto it, check both the last two links.
Thank you Guccifer, and I never thought I would say, thank you Julian Assange, political corruption must stop.
Posted in Broome/Kimberley, Environment, Resources, technology
Tagged Broome, cygnet bay, environment, kimberley region, kimberley wa, nature, travel, vacation
Three decades ago, this was required reading. Gradually, the unhinged have taken over, and now, there is no reason at all to want to read Newsweak (sic) ever again:
Really, 5000 times faster? Co2science has news for them. Additional atmospheric CO2 is brilliant in increasing crop yields with less moisture!
Professor Freeman Dyson tells us why we needn’t worry:
FREEMAN DYSON: THE GREENING OF THE UNIVERSE
‘Sometime in the next few hundred years, biotechnology will have advanced to the point where we can design and breed entire ecologies of living creatures adapted to survive in remote places away from Earth. I give the name Noah’s Ark culture to this style of space operation.’
Dr Moore agrees, CO2 is a wonderful molecule: Greenpeace co-founder – Carbon dioxide is a hero, not a villain – Video
Posted in Climate, Environment, science, weather
Tagged carbon emissions., climate depot, climate science, co2science, dr patrick moore, freeman dyson, greenhouse gas emissions, newsweek, politics, science, weather