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I am recanting.
For some time I have shared Kevin Rudd’s belief that AGW was “the greatest moral challenge of our time.” Of course, I differed from Rudd in that my interest in “the challenge” was in assisting in whatever small way to expose the flimsiness of the AGW hypothesis and to expose the hidden agenda of many who push that line. I believed that the claims being made and the solutions being canvassed, were the greatest of threats to our liberties and indeed our…
Hubby and I have just come home from a couple of weeks wandering around the countryside. When we go camping, we just pack the tent and go where the wind blows us - in this case, most of the time it was a fairly stiff wind!
We generally don't "do" tourist parks, unless there is no alternative, but prefer campsites where there are few - if any - people, as we can get closer to the natural environment, and meet the local critters. (Okay, not all of them are ones we'd prefer to meet, but…Continue
Boy wonder, union super rep and political wannabe, Paul Howes today describes Kevin Rudd as "a geeky rural Queenslander." Nice turn of phrase, Paul.
Later in his piece of ill thought out meandering he makes a few other claims. One that sticks in the mind is the one about "we enjoy universal free health care." Now this is a quite amazing claim from such a (self professed) luminary. My pensioner acquaintances, who have to find quite significant sums to visit specialists would be pleased…Continue
Added by mal clark on December 19, 2010 at 4:24pm — No Comments
Voyager 1 was launched on September 5th 1977. At the time of writing it was nearly14,200,000,000 km from the earth and travelling at 17km/sec or 38,000mph. The Voyager is still functioning and in two way communication with earth. The data Voyager sends back these days takes about 16 hours to reach the earth. To put that in context, the light from the sun takes about 8 minutes to reach the earth. Voyager is about three times further from the sun now than Neptune, the outermost planet. It is…Continue
They are saying its not only a risk to the water tables, but that there may also be gas build ups in existing water bores, creating a risk to public health and safety.
Added by Damien Rogers on December 16, 2010 at 5:18am — No Comments
Well worth a read,
We see from the news that The Sudan is to divide into two countries. In The Ivory Coast we have two gentlemen claiming the presidency. In Nigeria they have two legal systems running side by side. The entire centre of the continent seems to exhibit a never ending display of internecine warfare. It seems that, in the not too distant future, the number of independent countries in Africa will be greater.
What could be the driving force behind this divisiveness?
Of course we know…Continue
PREROGATIVE WRITS OF MANDAMUS SERVED IN THE HIGH COURT TODAY!
Thursday, 09 December 2010
In an historic first for Australia, Prerogative Writs of Mandamus were served in the High Court in Canberra at about 3.48 pm yesterday afternoon 9th of December, pertaining to the illegal "corporations" that have been formed, and are being operated under the "Commonwealth of Australia" ABN122 104 616 and the America Securities Exchange Commission No. 000 080 5157, and commanding that this…
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Welcome to our last book giveaway for 2010 in this competition you have a chance to win 3 novels…Continue
Added by Jim Owens on December 3, 2010 at 8:30am — No Comments