JUPITER and Saturn are currently straddling the earth and the moon was over Tokyo and closer to the earth than usual at about the time of the massive earthquake. Standing on the moon it would have looked something like this (see image). Those who … [Read more...] about Moon above Tokyo at time of Earthquake
Archives for March 2011
Introduction Key diagrams on the Earth’s energy budget depicts an exchange of energy between the surface and the atmosphere and their subsystems considering each system as if they were blackbodies with emissivities and absorptivities of 100% 1, … [Read more...] about Recycling of Heat in the Atmosphere is Impossible: A Note from Nasif S. Nahle
A very strong 8.9 magnitude earthquake has hit Japan and tsunami warnings have been issued across the Pacific. New Zealander, Ken Ring, forecast the recent devastating earthquake in Christchurch and forecast an increased likelihood of earthquakes … [Read more...] about Can Earthquakes Be Forecast?
Yesterday, Wakool farmer John Lolicato told me about recent fish kills in the southern Riverina. Click here to listen to our conversation: WS450079 The fish kills were caused by black water with tens of thousands of Murray Cod dying … [Read more...] about Black Water Kills Tens of Thousands of Murray Cod
MANY environmentalists don’t believe we should be growing rice in Australia. I disagree. Rice suits a land of drought or flooding rains. Unlike almonds, grapes and other perennial crops, rice doesn’t need water every year. It’s an annual crop … [Read more...] about Rice Suits the Murray Darling Basin
Bill Kininmonth speaks with Kerri-anne from Channel 9 about climate change and nuclear energy... click here. … [Read more...] about Bill Kininmonth on TV