THE idea that the Great Barrier Reef is in need of saving from catastrophe is popular, especially among academics and politicians. In 2003, I published an article in the IPA Review entitled ‘Deceit in the Name of Conservation’ concerning the then … [Read more...] about More Government Regulation Won’t Save the Great Barrier Reef from Scientists — or Politicians. Oink.
ALWAYS in search of an ultimate truth, I’m rarely one to admit that everything is relative. When it comes to shorelines and the age of 'wave cut platforms', however, there is no escaping it … the relativism. The sea and the climate are … [Read more...] about Recent Sea Level Fall – Since When?
I'VE been asked to speak this coming Sunday at the Maroochydore Surf Club (36 Alexander Parade, Sunshine Coast) about climate change at the Great Barrier Reef, and to provide both a local and global perspective. It is sometimes said that “all … [Read more...] about Sea Level Fall at the Great Barrier Reef
The hopeless pursuit of a “Global Average Temperature” mirage makes mischief in meteorology. There is a better way. By Mark Huxley Akin "I AM not a scientist, but a lay person who was lucky enough to grow up with a scientist father who taught … [Read more...] about The GAT in the Hat
AT an artificial intelligence (AI) conference in New York recently, Sean Gourley explained Wiener’s Law: automation will routinely tidy up ordinary messes but will occasionally create an extraordinary mess – that so mimics what could have been, that … [Read more...] about Robots Recreating Past Temperatures – Are Best to Avoid Australian Data
THE First Finding handed down by Judge Salvador Vasta in the Peter Ridd court case concerned Bramston reef off Bowen and a photograph taken in 1994 that Terry Hughes from James Cook University has been claiming proves Acropora corals that were alive … [Read more...] about Bramston Reef Corals – The Other Side of the Mud Flat