Welcome to the world down under. This may surprise – it certainly surprises us – world surveys show that despite Australia being the largest island continent on the planet with a land mass almost the size of the USA mainland, many struggle to explain exactly where we are! Look us up on the map (or Google earth where you can also measure our dimensions).
Our ecological problem is that 20% of our inland areas are desert, so that our 22 million people cannot be widely dispersed across the continent, with 70% of us living within a few hundred kilometres of the ocean and almost entirely on our eastern and southern coastlines from Cairns (off the Great Barrier Reef) in the north, down around to Adelaide (South Australia). Our overall population density at 2.92 per km2 and only lower in Mongolia and Greenland!
Now before we get down to my first blog … Climate Change: Science and Propaganda which is up-todate as at July 2012 and which will astound you with unassailable evidence of government sponsored manipulation, deception and even fraud by scientists and other publicly funded institutions, even universities; a word of advice: This initial Blog does not need to be read as a book although it seeks to logically take readers through as if it were. If you have a penchant for conspiracy theories, this is for you! The only Once you get right into this, you won’t want to stop.
The CONTENTS pages will give you a foretaste and can direct the reader to a wide range of climate science subjects. If time is a problem, these can be digested progressively, and also used by senior students to give a skeptical perspective of climate change alarmism, which one eminent climate scientist has described “as grotesquely dishonest.”