Dear ABCA Subscribers, The journal Food and Chemical Toxicology today announced the retraction of the article Long term toxicity of a Roundup herbicide and a Roundup-tolerant genetically modified maize by Séralini et al first published online in … [Read more...] about Retraction of GM-Maize Rat Study Findings
Archives for November 2013
WE know that General Circulation Models underpin the theory of anthropomorphic global warming, rely on supercomputers, are expense to run and mostly output nonsense . Earlier this year I sat in a seminar as a UK climate scientist acknowledged … [Read more...] about Same Information: Different Opinion. Part 2, The Tragic versus Utopian Vision of Climate Science
THE Australian Broadcasting Corporation's news online is running with the headline 'Climate change rallies held around Australia, with calls for Coalition to keep carbon tax'. So many could-be inspiring photographs and could-be inspiring captions … [Read more...] about Climate Change Rallies Held Around Australia
I've been reading 'The Lucky Culture and The Rise of an Australian Ruling Class' by Nick Cater. Mr Cater has been a journalist with News Ltd and interestingly has a degree in sociology from Exeter University in the UK. The book is very much a … [Read more...] about Open Thread
THE US Navy’s Joint Typhoon Warning Center, using satellite analysis to estimate wind speeds, has claimed that Typhoon Haiyan, that hit the east coast of Samar in the Phillipines on November 8, 2013 is one of the strongest storms in recorded history. … [Read more...] about Super Typhoon Haiyan Strongest in Recorded History?
INFLUENTIAL, but seriously flawed research suggesting agricultural pesticides killed mature stands of mangroves at Mackay in Queensland was based on experiments with mangrove seedlings that were dosed with concentrations of Diuron orders of magnitude … [Read more...] about Postgraduate Research Opportunity