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Not On The Level

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Climate science is all at sea if the ‘experts’ won’t admit what they simply don’t know, argues journalist and Norfolk Island resident Susan Prior. If you want to gain some perspective on life, the globe and our place in it, there’s no better place to go than a diminutive, remote rock in the South Pacific: […]

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Wildfires and Climate Change

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Veteran bushfire scientist, David Packham OAM, has advised the residents of Australia’s East Gippsland region to read Jennifer Marohasy’s chapter on bushfires in Climate Change: The Facts 2020, in a letter to his local newspaper. Amongst many roles in a distinguished career he worked for many years in bushfire research with the CSIRO, and was […]

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BOM a branch office of IPCC

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Bob Murray, freelance historian and one of nature’s gentlemen, made a nice remark about CCTF2020 in the course of a longer piece, in the latest Quadrant.. Here is an extract “From an Australian viewpoint, the IPCC is like a multinational corporation, with the CSIRO and BOM, its main arms here, effectively a branch office. IPCC […]

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Global Climate Catastrophes

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Our friends at The Climate Study Group have just published the latest in their informative series of articles in the Weekend Australian just published (April 17-18). Much of the matter contained within will be familiar to readers of Climate Change The Facts 2020, but it is always useful to have it in such a distilled form. And […]