The White Ibis, Australia’s Bin Chicken

Written by Provided by Don Anderson, posted by Judy Ryan

The Australian White Ibis (Threskiornis molucca) is a native Australian bird and is protected under State Wildlife Legislation (Nature Conservation Act 1992). Its traditional habitat is marshy wetlands, often near open grasslands. But, it is now common in many eastern, northern and south-western Australian cities.

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Which was the De-energised State on June 10th 2019?

Written by Viv Forbes and Judy Ryan

Sunshine State Gored

The Priest of Global Warming
Flew in to earn big fees.
He warned of heat waves forming
Unless we grew more trees.

Alas for Big Al’s forecast
The weather did not warm.
Antarctic winds began to blast
And snowy clouds were formed.

So if you’re sick of sunshine
And bored with balmy heat.
Just pay Big Al to wine and dine
You’ll soon have frost and sleet.

Read on to see Judy’s analysis of National and QLD Energy data for June 10th 2019

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Written by Judy Ryan for Roger Pielke Jr.

Dear Readers,

Below is an example how the MSM try to stop the truth coming out re the oxymoronic, non-testable hypothesis of ‘Climate Change’ .

Read on to find out what you can do about it

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Dirty Rotten Climate Scandals

Written by Tony Thomas

June 7, 2019

Shakespeare’s monster, Caliban, dreamed of clouds opening to show riches ready to drop upon him.

Climate scientists don’t have to dream about it – honors, awards and cash prizes rain down in torrents.

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Which was the De-energised State in Australia on 7th July 2019

Written by Viv Forbes and Judy Ryan

Viv’s poem for Principia Scientific Australia

The De-energised State 

 There was a Green State in Australia

Whose energy plans were a failure

When the wind did not blow

And the sun did not glow

Their big battery fell flat as a saviour.

Read below the line for Judy’s interpretation of the data from AEMO for 7th June 2019. Could it be SA or VIC or even NSW that is de-energised.

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This month you can see Jupiter and its largest Moons with just your binoculars

Written by Amy Woodyatt and Madeline Holcombe, CNN

June 6,2019

This striking view of Jupiter’s Great Red Spot and turbulent southern hemisphere was captured by NASA’s Juno spacecraft as it performed a close pass of the gas giant planet.
NASA/JPL-Caltech/SwRI/MSSS/Kevin M. Gill

(CNN)For space lovers around the world, the month of June is set to be stellar: Jupiter will be clearly visible, and those wanting to catch a glimpse of its moons will only need a pair of binoculars.

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