To decide or not to decide is always in question (1.14 MB)
Examines government actions and activities directed at providing personal benefit through the use of position to detrimentally control others while depriving the public.
The SoilMap Saga (540 KB)
Provides the context and history for the development and commercialisation of radiometrics in soil mapping.
Researching Science (750 KB)
Examines what science is, what scientific research does, how it does it, and practical and theoretical constraints to implementation.
Political Wild Fire (750 KB)
Examines the validity of claims that grazing can be used for fire control in national parks and implications of the attitude that vegetation must be commercially exploited.
The Public Utility ME (1 MB)
Addresses legalities associated with the Australian Government continuing to covertly control my communication and constrain what I can do.
Religion, Science and Business (1.1 MB)
Examines the role of energetic life in religion and society and the implications for science and business. General implications of control of human minds by Electros are considered.
Spin to Win (800 KB)
An analysis of government and politics undertaken in an attempt to understand actions by the Australian Government.
I Am a Terrorist I Am (1.5 MB)
The world has gone mad, or was it always that way? (582 KB)
Examines human rationality in addressing environmental impacts using climate change and the degradation of the Murray Darling Basin as examples.
Compensation for all (1.6 MB)
Examines the rationality of proposals to compensate industry and consumers for the imposition of a tax on carbon emissions.
Review of the MDB Guide (150 KB)
Provides a comprehensive review of the 2010 Murray Darling Basin Guide.
Cost of Doing Nothing (CDN) (450 KB)
A financial model based on the cost of doing nothing (CDN) is presented as an alternative to the existing business model based on return on investment (ROI). The CDN is designed to maintain an existing level of development while providing improvements, as opposed to the ROI providing developments through growth.
Dung Balls (168 KB)
By Brian Tunstall. A personal analysis of the Australian Governments addressing of climate change and its relationship to my research.
Government Contempt for Science (142 KB)
Impact of Economists on the Environment (142 KB)
Examines the treatment of science by government through education and the management of scientific research.
The role of economists in addressing the environment is examined in relation to climate change. Issues examined include assigning environmental expertise to economists, and the use of business models to address problems that have arisen through the application of business models.
Law and the Environment (160 KB)
Addresses motivations behind environmental legalisation and its use for promoting different agendas. Means of achieving environmental outcomes that benefit the public are examined.
Enquiry into the Science of Climate Change (146 KB)
Issues associated with enquiries into science are addressed. Issues include the need to establish an analytical framework before information is collected that takes account of the potential for multiple causes of global warming, and to separately address the preferred means of remediation.