When I was at University in Brisbane in the early 1980s, some of my friends used to going skiing during the winter holidays; the two or three weeks in June or July between semesters. I assumed I didn’t have enough money for skiing, and anyway I was … [Read more...] about Her Best Memories Were of Lying on the Sand in Dry Creek Beds, Watching the Stars
I will be in Goolwa, just to the north west of the Murray River’s sea mouth, on Tuesday 8th December to give evidence to the Senate Select Committee on the Murray Darling Basin Plan. This committee is chaired by David Leyonhjelm, the … [Read more...] about Will the Senate Select Committee Care About the Fish, or the Estuary?
The Australian Bureau of Meteorology just makes stuff up. You may remember Rutherglen, that town in north eastern Victoria, Australia, where the Bureau changed a slight cooling trend in the minimum temperatures to catastrophic global … [Read more...] about Bureau Just Makes Stuff Up: Deniliquin Remodelled so Rutherglen can be Homogenized
So, it may be difficult to remember a time in the future! But do you remember the movie 'The Day after Tomorrow' when New York froze over? That ice age was caused by changes in the circulation of warm water in the Atlantic Ocean, in particular the … [Read more...] about Remembering, the Day After Tomorrow
Following is an email just sent to Bob Baldwin concerning the need for him to urgently establish a public forum to enable dissident views to be heard concerning the bastardization of Australia's official temperature record by the Australian Bureau of … [Read more...] about Like Expecting George Pell to Admit Pedophilia During Sunday Sermon
THE Australian Bureau of Meteorology issued a media release last night (19thFebruary) with the headline “Tropical Cyclone Marcia to reach Category 5 system at landfall”. This morning there was extensive media reporting of Marcia having reached … [Read more...] about How do we know that Cyclone Marcia was a Category 5 at landfall?