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“a miracle fertilizer” … to “the uncertainty has settled”

Give your vegetables more CO2. Look what the response on tomatoes from lots more CO2!   There is so much information on the co2science blog, a small snippet here, but go there and check the rest out: The Interactive Effects … Continue reading

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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 dinosaur story on show …

Dinosaur time in Broome, with several events include Dr Steve Salisbury’s discussion on his findings of 21 species, mostly new to science, of dinosaur tracks along the Broome coastline. Well worth a listen and look for visitors this tourist season. … Continue reading

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Pilbara region pics …

Here are some older images from some Pilbara field trips from over a decade ago. Of course, I was more interested in trees and plants than scenery. The Pilbara is one of the country’s hotter regions, where rain can be … Continue reading

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climate alarmism proved invalid …

Abridged Research Report Second Edition, April 2017 A just released peer reviewed Climate Science Research Report has proven that it is all but certain that EPA’s basic claim that CO2 is a pollutant is totally false. This was the biggest … Continue reading

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is there anything more CO2 isn’t good for …

Yes, really: Elevated CO2 Enhances the Removal of Cadmium and Lead Contamination from Toxic Soils (28 April 2017) According to the authors of this study, “elevated CO2 benefited the microenvironment in the rhizosphere of R. pseudoacacia seedlings under Cd and … Continue reading

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a weird landscape …

The area pictured here has not been seen by a paleontologist it seems. Might ask Dr Salisbury if he knows these tracks in the Port Smith, to La Grange Bay. That could mean another trip to Broome for his team. … Continue reading

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malaria vaccine gets closer …

This breakthrough on a Malaria vaccine could have been achieved much sooner if so much money wasn’t wasted on a non-existent global warming exercise in stealing taxpayer money. FASTER, PLEASE: After Decades of Work, a Malaria Vaccine Is Here. “Three … Continue reading

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lower tides, sea level, caused recent coral bleaching …

Falling sea levels, not warming, is the cause of most bleaching of coral events in 2016. This post by Jim Steele shows how corals are affected by El Nino events when the trade winds slacken that bring weather to the … Continue reading

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mapping dinosaur trackways … new paper

Dr Steve Salisbury and his group of scientists, students have spent weeks studying Broome’s dinosaur footprints in Cretaceous sandstone around many of Broome’s beaches. The result is this paper published today. It explains many of the new technologies of LIDAR … Continue reading

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