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Old 10-14-2006, 05:59 AM
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Old 10-31-2006, 05:18 PM
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:lol: Hahahah Thats good! If i want to learn (non vocationally) Ill read books by experts not take cc lessons with rednecks including WA ones like TB speaking out their burger asses.
Part of my experience here is fun & games playing with minds of some very wacked posters whom could seriously do with a life, perhaps the FBI/CIA provides all those requirements & this is just their day job!.
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Old 12-10-2006, 08:44 PM
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Great, and VERY important topic.

Hope folk feed it with all those little bits of news we usually ignor insyead of noticing as those "Keys" to unlocking all "Their" lies.

Some other threads to ponder;
THE Nuclear Power is....
http://www.davidickeforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=36734

Australia's URANIUM Deal With CHINA
http://www.davidickeforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=36721

Whats going on with Pakistan?
http://www.davidickeforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=36688

Pacific instability 'creating power vacuum'
http://news.google.com.au/news?q=pacific+island+unrest&hl=en&hs=jcV&lr=&clie nt=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:en-USfficial&sa=X&oi=news&ct=title

WILL JAPAN BE THE NEXT AWAKENING “GIANT”?
http://www.davidickeforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=38620&highlight=

New world order comes to Melbourne
http://www.davidickeforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=545836#545836

The Dollar's Full-System Meltdown
http://www.davidickeforum.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=39125
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Old 12-11-2006, 12:09 AM
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Australia in nuclear power review
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/asia-pacific/5051022.stm

Australian Prime Minister John Howard
The panel will study the economic feasibility of nuclear energy

Australia's Prime Minister John Howard has announced a study into whether the country should develop nuclear power.

Experts will assess whether Australia should shift some of its energy production from coal and gas to nuclear energy, which it has so far shunned.

The panel will present a report to the government by the end of the year, Mr Howard said.

The move is likely to spark opposition in Australia from both the environment and coal lobbies.

"Cabinet has approved the establishment of a prime ministerial task force to review uranium mining, processing and nuclear energy in Australia," Mr Howard told journalists.

It is foolish to see ourselves as simply an exporter of uranium
Prime Minister John Howard

The inquiry would address whether it was "economically feasible to contemplate the establishment of nuclear power stations in this country", he said.

Mr Howard said the private sector would be responsible for building power stations, not the government.

Former Telstra head Ziggy Switkowski has been appointed to head the inquiry.

Debate

The move is likely to lead to considerable debate in Australia, both over environmental issues and the cost of developing a nuclear power industry.

At the moment, the majority of Australia's energy comes from coal and Australia is also the world's largest coal exporter.

Critics argue that Australia does not need nuclear power because of its huge coal resources. Environmentalists have also been consistently opposed to any domestic nuclear power industry.

The Lucas Heights reactor near Sydney
Australia currently only has one research reactor

But the Meteorology Bureau's announcement in January that 2005 had been Australia's hottest year on record prompted renewed fears of global warming.

Australia is one of only two major industrialised nations not to have signed the Kyoto agreement on reducing greenhouse gas emissions, the other being the US.

Nonetheless, Australia faces international pressure to reduce emissions, and nuclear power could be one way to do it.

Australia currently has one small research reactor, located at Lucas Heights in Sydney.

It also holds 40% of the world's known uranium reserves and recently signed an export deal with China.

"It is foolish to see ourselves as simply an exporter of uranium," Mr Howard said.

He told Australian radio that he believed attitudes to nuclear power were changing.


"I am not persuaded as yet, although in my bones I think there has been a fundamental change," he said. "But I want to see the evidence."
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Old 12-11-2006, 04:20 PM
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Mentally ill and kids wrongly detained
Cath Hart
December 07, 2006
http://theaustralian.news.com.au/story/0,20867,20885083-2702,00.html
Mentally ill and kids wrongly detained
Cath Hart
December 07, 2006
AN East Timorese man suffering from chronic schizophrenia was held in immigration detention for 43 days before it was discovered he was a permanent resident.

The man, known as Mr G, had been living on the streets of Fremantle when he was detained in 2002 after the Department of Immigration assumed he was an illegal immigrant.

Details of the case were revealed by commonwealth Ombudsman John McMillan yesterday in one of three reports on 20 people who had been held in immigration detention but released after their detention was found to be unlawful.

Professor McMillan described the 20 cases, which include children and Australian citizens, as "shocking".

DIMA secretary Andrew Metcalfe confirmed that a "small number" of people in the group were negotiating compensation deals with the department.

Reports by Professor McMillan released yesterday on Mr G, children in detention and detention of people with poor mental health showed "significant administrative deficiencies".

"The result is that some people were detained who should not have been detained," he said.

Professor McMillan said poor understanding of immigration law and policy among DIMA staff, combined with inadequate training, deficient record-keeping and failure of internal monitoring, had resulted in the wrongful detention of Australian citizens, permanent residents and lawful visa-holders.

His investigation into a group of 10 children in detention revealed that eight of them were either Australian citizens or visa-holders.

One child was held for 282 days, while another was held without a parent.

DIMA has accepted the Ombudsman's recommendation that a dedicated policy document on children be prepared.

Professor McMillan's investigation into the detention of people with poor mental health found five Australian citizens, three permanent residents and one temporary visa-holder had been detained.

The inquiry said some police services had a "tendency to transfer a person to DIMA rather than deal with the person as a policing matter, when it appears the person's ethnicity does not accord with the perceived ethnic profile of Australians".

The cases occurred between 2000 and 2005, before sweeping reforms of DIMA sparked by the Vivian Alvarez and Cornelia Rau scandals.

Immigration Minister Amanda Vanstone said yesterday her department had accepted the Ombudsman's recommendations and that reforms already under way would address many of the issues raised in the reports.

"Mistakes were clearly made, which we sincerely regret, but I am pleased the Ombudsman has been closely involved with the reform program and acknowledged the progress made so far," she said.

Labor immigration spokesman Tony Burke said the reports showed children and the mentally ill had been "the victims ... most hurt by this Government's incompetence in immigration".

The Ombudsman is still investigating 227 cases.
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Yep, "You bring the 'right' ones in, you kick the 'wrong' ones out, you bring 'right' ones in, and you stir them all about..."

My mother, a many decade permanent resident, became a citizen about a decade before these 'embarrassing cases' came to light, having been 'tipped off' through the Eastern European Catholic 'Brotherhood', that deportation of 'unwanted' people would start happening.

Lucky for us, our family would notice if someone 'went missing', but this 'mobile workforce' "TOOL" of the NWO, could be fought a little if more folk got back in the habit of regular contact with loved ones, no matter how 'well' their life seems to be going.
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Old 05-13-2007, 11:31 PM
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‘Asian haze’ impacts on Australian rainfall

Elevated particle emissions resulting from increased economic activity in Asia may have increased Australia’s tropical rainfall, according to new research on the way pollution influences our climate...

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“Until now, there has been ample evidence that these particles have important effects on climate in the Northern Hemisphere but little such evidence in the Southern Hemisphere,” says CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research scientist, Dr Leon Rotstayn.
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An aerosol is a haze of particles in the atmosphere. Dr Rotstayn says representing aerosols in climate models and understanding their influence on cloud formation and rainfall is one of the biggest challenges facing climate scientists.
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“Because the cooling effect of aerosol pollution is possibly comparable to the warming effect of increased levels of carbon dioxide, the message from this research is that aerosols are an essential inclusion if we are to accurately describe present and future Australian climate,” he says.
Amazingly the scientists have JUST discovered that maybe HUGE artificial clouds put up their by THEM should be included in climate models.

There is also this admission by the Oz government that they are commencing "Cloud Seeding"...

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Scientists gather in Melbourne to discuss cloud seeding

Friday, 4 May 2007

Australian cloud seeders and researchers are gathering in Melbourne from Monday, 7 May, to review the latest science and cloud seeding experiences from around the world. The three day symposium comprises presentations from international and Australian scientists, workshops and discussions and a review of Australian cloud seeding plans, including related research projects...

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Renewed push for cloud seeding

Cloud Seeding in Australia





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just e-mailed fozzybear i will be offline for 2224 hrs

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Lovely contrail photo's...















UAS data shows a low Relative Humidity across the cruising altitude of jet aircraft.

This means it is IMPOSSIBLE for those aircraft contrails to be "water vapour".

Weather Balloon Data
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The Aussie Posse...

Aussie Posse

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Old 12-24-2007, 11:37 PM
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What ever hapened with all of that?
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