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Broome’s rare coastline …

Some extraordinary beaches surround Broome, including Cable Beach, interspersed with rocky outcrops, much of it sandstone, with some prints of past travelers from 130 million years ago. Here are some images from one of the significant ones. Click twice for … Continue reading

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ice free, two hundred years ago …

An ice free Arctic has been a wet dream for climate warmists for a long time. They are a long way out of touch, according to a book reviewed here, ice-free happened regularly two centuries ago: climatereason Some years ago … Continue reading

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the flower show seen from space …

One of the greatest shows on earth has begun. Set in the near desert regions of Western Australia’s Mid-West,¬† Gascoyne, Murchison and Pilbara regions, the colours have exploded: ¬†Piers Verstegen‘s post. Not many people realise but the Kwongan Heath country … Continue reading

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tourists find more dinosaur footprints at Cable Beach …

Dinosaur footprints can be seen at most beaches around Broome and north to Cape Leveque whenever strong winds and tides move the sand around, exposing the Broome Sandstone. I have found some myself close to the Port, and now a … Continue reading

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faces of Cable Beach, Broome …

Cable Beach has a number of different faces, as different as if they were from different beaches. Low tide and high tide are so different, in landscape and ecology and in recreation. These images are from a few days including … Continue reading

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bulldust busted … coral reefs are healthy

All those stories of coral bleaching causing the death of the Great Barrier Reef are false. The scaremongering from all the usual media culprits were just nonsense, as I said they would be at the time. Heads should roll, beginning … Continue reading

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warming climate, Arctic nonsense …

Doom and gloom was the Arctic agenda, by the warmist set, the melting was a ‘tipping point’ for global warming! Well, there’s some news for you, the satellites don’t agree. The past 37 years, the summer temperatures are little changed: … Continue reading

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winter dreams …

The tropical winter is the home of thousands of refugees from the southern cold weather, this year, a wetter and at times, colder season, chasing people towards the equator. My field trips include visiting our local beaches and forests where … Continue reading

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along the dinosaur coast …

The fossilized dinosaur footprints lead the way, Pandanus Palms and a wonder of the Dampier Peninsula from Broome and all parts north, the rare and Endangered ecology of a “Remnant Vine Forest”. This is a rare mix of fruiting trees … Continue reading

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Broome fantasy …

Broome has regions surrounding the town that are often overlooked by the thousands of visitors at this time of year. Unless you are more adventurous and know an informed local, you wont see any of this. This is why I … Continue reading

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