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Was regarding Copenhagen, but still relevant today.
Firstly, apologies for this *rant* being somewhat out of sync. I may or may not edit it later.
So, I've read the arguments, for and against, and I prefer to call myself a climate agnostic,…
Added by Dallas Miller on August 27, 2011 at 9:19am — No Comments
The online Forestry newsletter "Friday Offcuts" brings this great example of spin in action, when the area of new plantation forestry before and after the introduction of New Zealand's Emission Trading Scheme is claimed to be an improvement on historical planting levels by that countries Climate Change Minister.
Historically for 30 years before the ETS , 30,000ha per year was the average planting.
In 2010, post ETS the area planted was…Continue
Its was normal day at the bookshop overcast and raining the natives were restless the I me & you team, trailer builders were at it again providing entertainment for everyone to hear, mainly Gavin & James at Hydraulink.
But at our end of the block its was all business, among other things I was looking through some political books, when I…Continue
Added by Jim Owens on July 26, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
But Ms Gillard said: ''From July 1 next year, the freedom to pollute our skies will cease. Two decades of denial and delay will come to an end. Polluters will have to pay.''
Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/environment/climate-change/carbon-cashback-20110709-1h89a.html#ixzz1ReVjZ0jE
This is a hysterically inaccurate claim being made by the…Continue
Added by Kevin Hicks on July 10, 2011 at 1:30pm — No Comments
The Govt is not interested in whether Climate Change is man made or not, they have no intention beyond wealth redistribution through unjust taxing of middle and higher income earners.
Australia's population in 2009…
With huge bushfires raging from time to time in Australia and today in Arizona consuming the oxygen for its own combustion to spew thousands of tonnes back into the atmosphere, it is time to reflect.
The forests had absorbed the carbon from the atmosphere for food to grow. But somehow, the pseudoscience of computer modeling has blamed not the natural cycles of climate change or photosynthesis recorded eons ago by the ancients but by modern humans. If so the tax in Australia…Continue
It is an agreed to point by the Government's favourite Climate Change scientist Tim Flannery, that if CO2 levels were reduced to an acceptable level now, we might see a difference in 1000 years.
Maybe we can make some insignificant difference to the environment in 1000 years if;…Continue
Added by Kevin Hicks on May 5, 2011 at 10:30am — No Comments
Added by Kevin Hicks on May 3, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments
On the IPCC panel, the expert opinions these panels revere are from a majority of economists and mathematicians, rather than scientists, any person that once may have been a expert on this Panel are working for an organisation that has a decided…Continue
Added by Kevin Hicks on March 2, 2011 at 10:30pm — No Comments
This question that is often used to suggest that some things can never be determined. Conversely, some things that can be determined are often disguised and obscured. Let's explore this -
A very popular holiday destination in the world today is the ancient Inca city of Machu Picchu. The architecture and masonry of this ancient and deserted city, is one of the wonders of the modern world, even thousands of years after the…Continue
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