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Launch of Book by Well Known Sceptic: Heaven and Earth by Ian Plimer

The book entitled ‘Heaven And Earth’ by one of Australia’s foremost Earth scientists and outspoken climate change sceptic, Professor Ian Plimer, is “brilliantly argued”.  At least that’s according to Paul Sheehan writing in the Sydney Morning Herald.   Find out for yourself by attending one of the book launches and getting yourself a copy: The ADELAIDE book-launch at […]

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Heaven and Earth: New Book by Ian Plimer

CONNOR Court Publishing is about to release a new book by well known Australian geologist and climate change skeptic, Ian Plimer.  It is entitled, ‘Heaven and Earth – Global Warming: The Missing Science’  According to the pre-release publicity: THE Earth is an evolving dynamic system. Current changes in climate, sea level and ice are within variability. […]

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Ian Plimer Explains

Ian Plimer did a great job on Australian ABC Television last night explaining climate in a geological context.   On the same program the Treasury fantasy modelling had a rune alongside highly critical interventions from two industry leaders.  

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Environmentalism Can’t Replace Religion: A Note from Ian Plimer

Despite our comfortable materialistic lives, there are many who ask: Is that all? They want a meaning for life and yearn for a spiritual life. Some follow the traditional religions, others embrace paranormal beliefs and many follow a variety of spiritual paths. A new religion has been invented: Environmentalism. The rise of environmentalism parallels in […]

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How to Get Your Child Expelled from School

Ian Plimer not only finished school, he went on to University, graduated and then worked his way up to the esteemed rank of Professor. He has been Professor and Head of Geology at the University of Newcastle, is Emeritus Professor of Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, and currently lectures at the University of […]

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