Tag Archives: science and technology

the best new discovery to aid indigenous communities …

My long week of field trips last week was the culmination of years of research for a product or products, led by Queensland Food Science Researcher, Dr Yasmina Sultan-Bawa: Provide a very good income for indigenous outstations and communities with … Continue reading

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misinformation at Japan’s Fukushima …

The misinformation about nuclear disasters is another of those activist agendas we commonly see today. This article was from a researcher that wanted to know the truth, personally. Read her story about Fukushima: […] I never saw the actual results … Continue reading

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the environmental benefit of GM crops …

More efficient? Check. Higher yields? Check. Less chemical use? Check. Increased incomes? Check. Everything about 20 years of GM cropping in Australia. […] Peak industry organisation CropLife Australia commissioned a report into the impact of genetically modified (GM) crops in … Continue reading

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dinosaur sites, by the dozen …

Broome has become an international sensation in the world of paleo science, with up to 200 kms of sandstone reef shelves covered in dinosaur stories. Their footprints now provide enough research materials for decades and more. Dr Steve Salisbury is … Continue reading

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environmental vandalism …

Wind turbines, environmentalist’s dreams, turn into nightmare for the birds: Inconvenient Science: Study of Wind Farm Impacts On EU Protected Species Determines 80% Reduction (image source) As multiple recent articles have documented, wind energy, in the form of wind farms, … Continue reading

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let the eyes have it …

Another success story for my favorite charity, The Fred Hollows Foundation, this time from Burundi. Fortunately for me, I successfully had a cataract removed last week myself, so I just love to support this charity: Pure joy. There’s simply no … Continue reading

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the magic camera …

Magical, is the description of this new 16 camera phone. How This Magical 16-Lens Camera Will Actually Work  […] But if the L16 performs as advertised—and Light’s own sample gallery of images taken with the L16 are very impressive—a revolutionary … Continue reading

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graphene, the next big technology …

Microwaved Graphene Nanoribbons are the next big thing in chemical innovation, now finding a major use for the oil and gas Industry. Drill cutting heads containing a low power microwave unit, ‘melts’ the graphene nanoribbon polymer into minute fissures and … Continue reading

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AGW theory is collapsed …

A new peer reviewed  paper shows how coal will be the future, now that CO2 issues have been resolved scientifically. Will Coal save Japan and the World? Kyoji Kimoto⇑ Mirane Corporation, 11-33-107 Sakashita-cho, Isogo-ku, Yokohama-shi, Japan 235-0003 E-mail: kyoji@mirane.co.jp Abstract … Continue reading

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robbing the poor to pay for the rich …

The reason our Power Bills are so high, is because of our money being used to subsidize expensive solar panels for those that can afford it. Nobody is paying for solar with their own money, but relying on the government … Continue reading

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