RAIN sure is falling this week on the parade of our global warming alarmists. Wettest of all is Tim Flannery, who was made Australian of the Year last year for wailing the world was doomed. "I think there is a fair chance Perth will be the 21st … [Read more...] about Flannery – The Wrong Weather Maker
Archives for April 25, 2008
Australia faces an unprecedented challenge from climate change. We risk losing our natural heritage, our rivers, landscapes and biodiversity. We have a brief opportunity to act now to safeguard and shape our future prosperity. - AUSTRALIA 2020 … [Read more...] about Population, sustainability, climate change, water & the future of our cities
A full recovery of the stratospheric ozone hole could modify climate change in the Southern Hemisphere and even amplify Antarctic warming, according to scientists from the University of Colorado at Boulder, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric … [Read more...] about Ozone Hole Recovery Could Modify Southern Hemisphere Climate
Human beings may have had a brush with extinction 70,000 years ago, an extensive genetic study suggests. The human population at that time was reduced to small isolated groups in Africa, apparently because of drought, according to an analysis … [Read more...] about Humans Nearly Wiped Out 70,000 Years Ago?
“This due to their campaigns against whaling and sealing. Their campaigns are against a reasonable and sustainable harvesting of marine resources," states the Head of the Norwegian Fishermen’s Union, Reidar Nilsen, yesterday in paper, Fiskeribladet … [Read more...] about Norwegian Fishermen’s Union: NGOs a Threat to the World’s Food Resources – A Note From Ann Novek
When paleoclimatologists met in 1972 to discuss how and when the present warm climate would end, termination seemed imminent and it was expected that rapid cooling would lead to the coming ice age. These ideas were based on the 1M year analogue for … [Read more...] about Signals for a Coming Ice Age: A Note from Peter Harris