I first meet Ray Evans at a dinner at the Institute of Public Affairs. It must have been in about 2004, ten years ago, because I had just seen the movie ‘The Day After Tomorrow’. Staring Dennis Quaid as a paleoclimatologist professor, the movie was … [Read more...] about Vale Ray Evans & How to Win an Argument
Energy & Nuclear
Remembering Appalling Policies Introduced by Previous Coalition Governments (Part 1)
POPULAR sceptical blogger, Jo Nova, has responded to Labor’s defeat in yesterday’s Australian federal election with the headline ‘Voters crush the carbon tax and corruption – worst Australian government gone’. I’m not so sure. It remains my … [Read more...] about Remembering Appalling Policies Introduced by Previous Coalition Governments (Part 1)
What Will Power Sydney in 5 Years, If Not Gas?
I'VE been some what dismayed by the approach of many agriculturalists to the development of a coal seam gas (CSG) industry in New South Wales. There have been many widely publicized claims that the CSG industry will pollute the air and water in … [Read more...] about What Will Power Sydney in 5 Years, If Not Gas?
The Long and Costly War on Carbon: Viv Forbes
'The Australian government claims that next month's tax on carbon dioxide cannot be blamed for today's soaring costs of living. This tax, however, is just their latest assault in the decades-long war on carbon that is already inflating the cost … [Read more...] about The Long and Costly War on Carbon: Viv Forbes
Live Near a Wind Project?
DARRYL Read is a fourth year psychology honors student at the University of New England in Australia. His research project involves surveying citizens near proposed or established wind developments, worldwide. His interest in this area of research … [Read more...] about Live Near a Wind Project?