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Even if there was once some justification for subsidising the cost of solar panels, that is certainly no longer the case.
by David Leyonhjelm - 21/02/2018 - 7 comments
It would be ridiculous if some of the catastrophic global warming so often reported by experts via our ABC were just a consequence of a new method of recording temperatures!
by Jennifer Marohasy - 20/02/2018 - 36 comments
The stars and the moon are natural tenants of a darkened world, but man- made lights often stand out because of their very reason for existence.
by Ian Nance - 16/02/2018 - 2 comments
The reef is supposedly almost dead from the combined effects of a warming climate, nutrient pollution from Australian farms, and smothering sediment from offshore dredging.
by Peter Ridd - 12/02/2018 - 49 comments
One last question. If we shift from petrol mainly to coal to fuel our EVs now, do we increase greenhouse gas emissions or not?
by Geoff Carmody - 8/02/2018 - 17 comments
On the one hand their policies express support for renewable energy and the need to combat climate change, yet on the other their leadership calls for expansion of coal production.
by Mike Pope - 5/02/2018 - 11 comments
The 'Replication Crisis', well-reported in peer reviewed articles, shows that when scientific papers are checked around 50% of recently published science is wrong.
by Peter Ridd - 2/02/2018 - 23 comments
Tesla products would run even better if Tesla hype could be converted into electricity.
by Russell Grenning - 25/01/2018 - 23 comments
Similar to the development of democracy, population stabilisation measures like reducing immigration and removing tax breaks for more than two children, requires the consent of the full community.
by Eric Claus - 18/01/2018 - 12 comments
For at least 50 years Australian taxpayers and other innocents have supported a parasitic industry writing about yet another 'imminent threat to Queensland's Great Barrier Reef'.
by Viv Forbes - 2/01/2018 - 44 comments
The Turnbull Government may have hoped releasing Australias latest greenhouse gas emissions together with the 2017 Climate Reportwould pass unnoticed.
by Graeme McLeay - 27/12/2017 - 37 comments
Thus, exposure from Chernobyl and Fukushima equates to 6,480,000,000,000 Banana Equivalent Doses - that's 6.48 trillion bananas or, if you prefer, 6.48 terabananas.
by Jim Green - 20/12/2017 - 23 comments


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