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The Australian government has decided to not renew any of the management board of the Australian CSIRO. Naturally, outgoing board members are not very happy with the decision. According to Simon McKeon, outgoing chairman of the CSIRO;
“There appears to be a “brutal” rule that directors of federal government agencies appointed under Labor will not get another term, the outgoing CSIRO chairman Simon McKeon has said.
“The reality is that, yes, there is a rule that no one on the board of a federal government agency has been reappointed,” McKeon said when asked about the Labor board appointees at an Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) function on Thursday. “It’s an issue that many people are finding worrying.”
McKeon, whose term as the CSIRO chairman ends in June, said it was not about him.
“The great majority…
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No acceleration of the ‘rate’ of sea level rise since 1850 either…
Experts say that Antarctic melt has doubled over the past five years.
The water must be hiding at the bottom of the sea, because sea level rise rates were faster prior to 2008
One thing $29 billion peer-reviewed climate science never does is double check their propaganda. There is too much money at stake to tell the truth.