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 Cory Bernardi interviews Professor Ian Plimer.

17.10.21.  Sky News appears to be suffering technically following its recent problem with YouTube. Matching text with YouTube video goes wanting. In this almost Bernardi hour, which is widely watched on Sky News, this important interview with Ian Plimer about using hydrogen, the latest green fad, has no video, only audio. However, we do have a video on the subject which this blog ran in March this year.

 

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  • Lorraine 17/10/2021, 7:29 am

    Ian Plimer the person that makes sense. along with Matt Canavan

    • God58 17/10/2021, 7:52 am

      As a serious investor a little tip. Jump on the green H2 BS fraud early while the cretins lap it up and our governments waste our taxes and in 2 years bail out and run for the hills. The professor is bang on in both technical assessment and financial analysis. As our lightest and smallest element that leaches through and weakens steel it will never be stored and moved to markets in a cost competitive way. The renewables energy source for it’s production as ‘green’ hydrogen is a bigger fiscal joke. Come in spinner.

      • Botswana O'Hooligan 17/10/2021, 8:35 am

        Poseidon Nickel springs to mind, a clerk in the assay office bought a thousand or so shares at a bit over 50 cents and sold them for over $300 a pop. All because of a scoop in the ground and guess who is in on Poseidon Nickel now, one twiggy bloke.

    • GTD 17/10/2021, 3:36 pm

      Agree 👍

  • davey street 17/10/2021, 9:36 am

    And guess who is a huge proponent of hydrogen and is publicly trying to force it on to the Tassie state Liberal government, the state which already has 100% renewable hydro power. TWIGGY FORREST is way under the sheets with the Chinese commies through his W.A. iron ore exports to China. The commies want ownership through a Darwin port style lease of the Hobart port for a base from which to exploit rare earth minerals under the Antarctic ice which Is 70% owned by Australia and zero owned by China. You’ll never read or hear THAT in any media outlet in Oz.

    • Disgruntled 17/10/2021, 7:02 pm

      They will end up with it too; long before we are told about it too!
      Too many forelock tugging and sycophantic and soft-cock politicians around for anything else to happen.
      Far far too much has already been given over in Australia.

      It really really does make one wonder and keep wondering just what benefits are being accrued by these pollies;; They are NOT stupid either; just very cunning and hoping that the average person will not realise; Whats worse is that there is probably not much at all that can really be done.

      Except introduce Madame Guillotine for some ‘head work’.

  • Aktosplatz 17/10/2021, 2:02 pm

    Ian is absolutely right, hydrogen is extremely explosive and dangerous.

    The slightest contamination by minute traces of water renders it potentially explosive.

    As Ian correctly says, coal is infinitely safer.

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