Friday 3rd of April 2020

Gus Leonisky's blog

on the roadmap with angus, the belching cow...

shitto

The Morrison government will on Friday signal plans to shift investment from wind and solar to hydrogen, carbon capture and storage, lithium and advanced livestock feed supplements, as part of a “bottom up” strategy to reduce emissions by 2050.

side-benefits...

virus

The Federal Government has extended its coronavirus travel ban for another week amid fears a COVID-19 global pandemic will soon be declared.

potato mash...

potato    After facing sustained criticism from Labor about applying false equivalence in the national security debate, Dutton declared on Tuesday afternoon he didn’t want to get bogged down in a “semantic and nonsense debate”.


this is insane...

this is insane

no trespassing...

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Our environment is essential and necessary. In mathematics, it would be said to be "sufficient and necessary” conditional...

seen to do something, but committed to do nothing...

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If you’re committed to the Paris agreement – to keep the increase in global average temperature to well below two degrees above pre-industrial levels, and pursue efforts to limit the increase to 1.5 degrees – then at a minimum, logically, scientifically, you’re committed to net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.


we're dead forever...

abab

It is essential for "Gus Leonisky" to see democracy through art and sciences…

 

 

the democrats puppet debates...

punch and judy

Michael Bloomberg: The Democrat’s Billionaire Strawman

the art of the sports rorts...

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Prime Minister Scott Morrison has swatted away renewed calls to release a secret report into the $100 million sports rorts scandal.

prometheus and a sculptor called lipchitz...

prometheus...   "My little Jacques, you’re making really magnificent things” Said Picasso to Chaim Jacob (Jacques) Lipchitz. 

saving assange from the hypocrites' justice...

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The judge who was previously in charge of the Julian Assange extradition case was in the headlines again over another extradition case, this time refusing to extradite a UK couple because they faced a life sentence for murder, with no prospect of release.


Senior District Judge Emma Arbuthnot ruled that a London couple could not be extradited to India for trial over a double murder because, if convicted, they faced life imprisonment with no prospect of release – she said “an irreducible sentence” and a lack of a review would be “inhuman and degrading”, under the UK Human Rights Act, which incorporates the European Convention on Human Rights into UK law.


fifty-one shades of bullshit...

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We know we bullshit. We’re brilliant at it. Trying to understand the human condition has led men and women to read the future in the entrails of dead chickens and to build pyramids.

brexit broke labour...

brexit   The Conservative Party’s election victory is a personal tragedy for Jeremy Corbyn, whose quest to lead a transformative Labour government has ended in failure. 

 

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