On Tuesday I had a BGO. A what you might ask? A Blinding Glimpse of the Obvious. We were discussing the current admirable push to move away from identity politics and focus on playing the "ball" and not the "man". Or in other words the issue, not the spokesperson. I think it was advertising guru … Continue reading My Latest BGO!
A long time agricultural friend suggested I would be interested in the "River on the Brink" Exhibition on display at the SH Ervin Gallery in Sydney. I visited it yesterday. To say the least I was horrified! Not so much by the depictions of the condition of the Darling River, which is bad enough, but … Continue reading The Problem of the Counter Intuitive-Water
Shale Gas – Not Renewables – Has Been The Biggest Disruptor In Energy Markets Peter Tertzakian, Financial Post, 12 September 2018 The biggest and fastest energy transition in North America hasn’t been the addition of renewables, nor the pushing out of coal. It’s been the substitution of conventional natural gas with shale gas. And now … Continue reading Energy-A Different Perspective
This much maligned industry deserves better ........Cotton Australia reports that the Better Cotton Initiative (BCI) has produced a detailed case study on Australian cotton growers as part of its “Towards Climate Resilience Series” outlining how farmers are using different advanced techniques and efficiency measures to adapt to extreme weather conditions. This includes, for example, how … Continue reading Cotton Technology
The Globalism of Climate: How Faux Environmental Concern Hides Desire to Rule the World Barbara McKenzieUncategorized February 23, 2019 [Edit: it was in 1988, not 1986, that Hansen and Wirth sabotaged the air conditioning in a US Senate committee room in order to make their global warming point] The primary function of ‘global warming’ alarmism, aka as the … Continue reading Climate Change-All in One