Brisbane too Hot to Handle?


By Viv Forbes

The warmist ABC recently trumpeted a forecast (from an unproven academic model) that global warming and urban heat will make Brisbane too hot for many residents within 30 years.

But what about people in Darwin and Cooktown right now – should they migrate to Brisbane?

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Some reading:

Global Warming will make Brisbane unliveable:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06-22/temperature-increases-from-climate-change-brisbane-unliveable/11227404

Snow Blankets Southern Queensland:
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-17/thick-snow-blankets-southern-queensland/6626630

How to Turn Cooling into Warming:
https://saltbushclub.com/2019/03/13/turning-cooling-into-warming/#more-463



Rising Sea Levels – The Climate Debate


By Daniel Fitzhenry

The seas and oceans to the east of Australia forms the largest body of water on Earth. This broadly connected vast body of water presents a genuine sea level. The Sydney Fort Denison Recording Station provides stable, accurate and genuine mean sea level data. The following table shows mean sea levels at 10 year intervals and these levels are related to Chart Datum which is at the lowest spring tide level.

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Battery Storage – An Infinitesimal Part of Electrical Power


hybrid battery storage

Battery Storage-An Infinitesimal Part of Electrical Power

By Steve Goreham

Originally published in Energy Central.

Large-scale storage of electricity is the latest proposed solution to boost the deployment of renewables. Renewable energy advocates, businesses, and state governments plan to use batteries to store electricity to solve the problem of intermittent wind and solar output. But large-scale storage is only an insignificant part of the electrical power industry and doomed to remain so for decades to come.

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