Project For Real Science News


Chicken Little Propaganda Dressed Up As Science
26, November 2022

Dr Peter Ridd

Chicken Little Propaganda Dressed Up As Science

The Bureau of Meteorology and the CSIRO have delivered their ­biennial dose of depression about the climate, but their report ignores a slew of positive environmental changes. [...]

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New Great Barrier Reef Video Series By Peter Ridd And True Arrow Events
29, September 2022

Dr Peter Ridd

New Great Barrier Reef Video Series By Peter Ridd And True Arrow Events

Just completed 4 short videos on the reef in front of a brilliant audience of young people in Melbourne. The videos go over the main threats to the reef and the data showing that it is in fabulous condition – record high coral. But the stars are the youngsters and the questions they asked. [...]

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Time For JCU To Accept It Has A Problem With Research
11, August 2022

Dr Peter Ridd

Time For JCU To Accept It Has A Problem With Research

The University of Delaware has conducted an investigation into Danielle Dixson, on the effect of carbon dioxide on reef fish while at James Cook University. [...]

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Riddikulus Reef-dementors
11, August 2022

Dr Peter Ridd

Riddikulus Reef-dementors

We should look at the predictions of the reef-Dementors in 2012 when it had relatively low coral cover after a couple of huge cyclones passed across the reef. [...]

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Dr Peter Ridd Explains The Reproducibility Problem In Science
5, August 2022

Dr Peter Ridd

Dr Peter Ridd Explains The Reproducibility Problem In Science

The reproducibility problem is well-recognised in the science community, although the potential implications of the problem, especially to government policy formulation, have been largely ignored. [...]

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Dr Peter Ridd’s Submission To Senate Inquiry
5, August 2022

Dr Peter Ridd

Dr Peter Ridd’s Submission To Senate Inquiry

In 2019, IPA Adjunct Fellow Dr Peter Ridd made a submission to Senate Inquiry questioning the evidence claiming adverse effects of agriculture on the Great Barrier Reef. [...]

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