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  1. New way to remove CO 2 from the air

    NO WARMING DUE TO CO2 -- not that there has been any . SPECIES EXTINCTION OVER SEND GRETA BACK TO SCHOOL . A new way of removing carbon dioxide from a stream of air could provide a significant tool in the battle against climate change. The new system can work on the gas at virtually any...

    Started by Raphael, 10-28-2019 05:12 PM
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  2. Anniversary of greatest pseudo science hoax---- Climategate

    https://www.breitbart.com/europe/2019/11/17/ It is 10 years since I bought and read Christopher Booker's , The Real Global Warming Disaster . There the corrupt beginning and reports of the independent political body , the IPCC , are ruthlessly defined and dissected . The criminal...

    Started by Raphael, Yesterday 03:30 AM
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  3. Would anyone like to order a calendar?

    Behold! The Dramatic Beauty Of This Year's Best Aussie Weather Photos (http://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/2017/11/06/behold-the-dramatic-beauty-of-this-years-best-aussie-weather-photos_a_23267669/) It's one of the best Calendars put out. ENJOY our skies and landscapes. Long exposures is the only...

    Started by magentaflame, 11-12-2017 06:12 PM
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  4. Clodhopper's suburban wildlife tips

    A fun time of year: the chicks are out of the next and following their parents to the feeders in the garden. I had a family of Great Tits here an hour or so ago - about 6 chicks. Hard to count as they were hopping about. Something else that is really popular in my garden is the birdbath....

    Started by Clodhopper, 05-22-2017 06:00 AM
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  5. Wild London

    It's true that once you are out of Central London the metropolis is a collection of villages that have grown together. I was reminded of this the other day, walking back from the allotment in Hinchley Wood to Hampton Court via Walton. The route took us through a small patch of woodland which is...

    Started by Clodhopper, 04-07-2017 02:19 AM
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    04-11-2017 02:59 AM Go to last post
  6. Some new articles about Global Warming

    A few quotes out of a few articles related to Global Warming: The Faithful Heretic (http://www.wecnmagazine.com/2007issues/may/may07.html): Impure as the Driven Snow (http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=impure-as-the-driven-snow):

    Started by Wild Cobra, 06-17-2008 08:01 AM
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  7. George Monbiot and the Irish mink problem

    It's not often I take issue with the chap but he's wrong. Had these people tipped a tanker load of bleach into the headwaters of the river Finn, they would have done less damage. The effects would be horrible for a while, but the ecosystem could then begin to recover. The mink, by contrast, will...

    Started by spot, 10-01-2016 04:49 AM
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    10-02-2016 12:26 PM Go to last post
  8. Fracking

    I have been Involved In a campaign to stop Fracking In the Mendip Hills of Somerset, a short drive from my home. My Initial concern on hearing the plans was the effect on wildlife but the more I Investigated, the more It horrified me. Mabinogogiblog: Fracking threat to the Mendip Hills...

    Started by Oscar Namechange, 08-25-2011 12:30 PM
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  9. And Only Man is Vile.

    “Though every prospect pleases, and only man is vile.” Reginald Heber from "Greenland's Icy Mountains.” Believe it or not beneath all this filth and pollution lies the Citarum River … the longest and largest waterway in West Java Indonesia. Not exactly the place your average travel guide is...

    Started by jones jones, 03-12-2014 07:03 AM
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    03-12-2014 09:16 PM Go to last post
  10. The weather around the world.

    So half of America is freezing it's arse off. To the point it was even too cold for the polar bears at the zoo. Briton decided everyone should have an inground swimming in their backyard. Australia is burning ....again. (nothing new there) but it is heating up a bit generally. So what's the...

    Started by fuzzywuzzy, 01-13-2014 02:08 PM
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  11. Did anyone else study ' Rural Science' at School ?

    It was a subject that you either loved or loathed. I loved It with a passion. To me It was the very starting block of understanding nature and the enviroment. The aims of rural science are to enable individual pupils: to develop creative and aesthetic attitudes towards living things and...

    Started by Oscar Namechange, 11-05-2013 10:45 AM
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  12. Check Out This Bastard.

    (See First Reply)

    Started by jones jones, 09-05-2013 11:48 AM
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  13. I Posted a Thread on the Knysna Elephants Earlier.

    During the 19th C unlike today when the seemingly insatiable thirst for ivory comes from the East, then it was Europe where the demand was greatest. As a result the elephant, in what is today South Africa was hunted and slaughtered to the brink of extinction. It is to the great shame of our so...

    Started by jones jones, 08-22-2013 11:09 AM
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  14. The Knysna Elephants.

    As the crow flies I am based about three hours drive from the Knysna Forest in the Southern Cape region at the tip of South Africa. This is home to the world's most southerly elephant population which have survived the onslaught of ivory hunters in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The...

    Started by jones jones, 08-19-2013 10:34 AM
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    08-20-2013 11:55 AM Go to last post
  15. Life without money

    I live without cash (http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/green-living-blog/2009/oct/28/live-without-money) Recently, I tried this test down my local and asked my fellow patrons if they could imagine life without money. Most of them looked at me as though I was mad. "You need money" was a...

    Started by OpenMind, 08-01-2010 12:38 PM
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  16. Water for birds...

    I put this on Facebook but can I ask those here to not forget water for the birds when you feed them ? All birds suffer from heat exhaustion due to dehydration very quickly In the weather we've been having which makes them easy targets for cats and even the old wily Fox. I am privaliged to...

    Started by Oscar Namechange, 07-21-2013 09:36 AM
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    07-23-2013 04:26 PM Go to last post
  17. Satellites

    I was using my GPS recently and got to thinking of all the GPS use these days, so I decided to check for illustrations of satellites orbiting the planet. This following attachment really tells the story of our dependence on satellites very well.

    Started by Ahso!, 07-20-2013 04:30 PM
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  18. The World’s Most Amazing Trees

    Ooohhhhing and Ahhhhing over some gorgeous & unusual trees seems fitting on Earth Day 2013 ! The World's Most Amazing Trees (http://all-that-is-interesting.com/the-worlds-most-amazing-trees)

    Started by tabby, 04-22-2013 06:37 AM
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  19. Tit Triumph in my Garden!

    I've been trying to make my small suburban garden as much as a wildlife haven as I can, and have a variety of feeders up for the birds. To my delight I've had all four species if Tit we get round here in the garden: Blue, Great, Coal and Long Tailed. I'm not sure about the copyright of pics...

    Started by Clodhopper, 12-21-2012 05:39 AM
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  20. Chêne Chapelle.

    The Chêne chapelle (“chapel oak”) is an oak tree located in Allouville-Bellefosse in Seine-Maritime, France. The oak tree is between 800 and 1,200 years old. It is 15m high and its base has a circumference of 16m. Its hollow trunk hosts two chapels, which were built there in 1669: Notre Dame de la...

    Started by jones jones, 12-09-2012 05:30 AM
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