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Nominate Tim for a Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching and Supervision Excellence.
Still here. It seems the carbon tax has not destroyed the Australian economy. Phew!
Watch Peter Sinclair’s latest video:
Nick Ross writes: The Australian’s technology coverage (in print) is a mixed bag in that it has some of the very best technology writers in the country but their section’s reputation gets tainted by almost-incessant, poisonous beat-ups of the National Broadband Network coming from elsewhere on the masthead. These have done it few favours in…
Phew, looks the carbon tax has not returned Australia to the Stone Age.
Triggered by the Heartland Billboard debacle Michael Fumento has written an article explaining why he has broken with the “hysterical right”. (Hat tip: hardinr). John Quiggin comments on the rarity of such moves, while Mark Hoofnagle draws a parallel with Stephen Sumpter leaving the UK Greens over their opposition to scientific experiments on GM crops.
Gareth Renowden tells the story of Monckton and the Mob.
Even when we have video of a death threat there are those who try to deny that scientists have been threatened. Like, oh, The Australian. Media Watch reports on media coverage of death threats on climate scientists: One news outlet comes out of it, in our opinion, almost unscathed: Fairfax Media’s The Canberra Times. The…