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de-railing consensus …

I’M SO OLD, I CAN REMEMBER WHEN SCIENCE WAS SETTLED: Most scientists ‘can’t replicate studies by their peers.’  by Glenn Reynolds whose sharp legal wit, and nutritional and physical interests, can be withering. MY USA TODAY COLUMN: Government can’t get … Continue reading

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inadequate computer modeling causes global warming …

This latest paper is by famed climate scientist Judith Curry, dashes the climate model myth related to global warming. The models have failed to represent reality, so the warming agenda of the IPCC is falsified (pdf). Anthony Watts reports: New … Continue reading

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BoM blips the weather …

First blip is the record cold in a large area of the South West of Western Australia: […] The BoM says the south of WA had its coldest winter since 1990 and the coldest September min on record (coldest mean … Continue reading

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thriving with CO2 …

The continued burning and processing of coal, oil and gas is imperative for the well-being of the environment. Higher atmospheric CO2 brings us a greener Planet. Plants thrive with less moisture and warmer temperatures with more atmospheric carbon.  John O’Sullivan … Continue reading

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growing tough seedlings … by being mean

Learning how to grow seedlings has kept me busy for nearly 2 decades, and working out the best survival tactics for seedlings is one positive result. Now, a student at Curtin University in Perth describes my processes. Treat them rough, … Continue reading

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biology stabilizes climate …

Dr Judith Curry posts this remarkable observation from an Oxford scientist and lecturer, Biology is responsible for our planet’s climate equilibrium. Beyond Physics: Advanced Biology and Climate Change by Clive Hambler All living and dead carbon based molecules emit gases as … Continue reading

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a hotter past … fleeing to the hills

The hottest day on record? Not 2010, BUT 1828 at a blistering 53.9 °C Back before man-made climate change was frying Australia, when CO2 was around 300ppm, the continent savoured an ideal pre-industrial climate…….. RIGHT? This is the kind of … Continue reading

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auditing the BoM weather records…

Drs J Marohasy and J Abbott shows how BoM has it wrong, again. Many warmer years, but 1914 shows as warmer than 2016. Just history repeating: […] Chart 1. Two temperature reconstructions for the state of Victoria (blue and red … Continue reading

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“the great green guzzler con” …

Shortly before midday on March 16, 2016, Richard Whittemore opened the gate of a 20-acre field near Plaistow in West Sussex to find a scene of devastation. The babbling stream that flows through it had become a glutinous slick of … Continue reading

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deep discovery …

Carnivorous sponges have been discovered in the deep for the first time. […] In the Arctic the carnivorous sponges can live in shallower waters, some 150 to 200 metres down. But in warmer oceans they are best off in deeper … Continue reading

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