I have never seen any credible evidence that would lead …

Comment on Multi-faith openings of council meetings are a good thing by Charlie Carter.

I have never seen any credible evidence that would lead me to postulate the existence of a god or gods. Others are entitled to their own views, but surely the best course is to keep private religious views out of public life altogether.

Recent Comments by Charlie Carter

Cr Auricht: All the way with USA on fate of Assange
@ Malcolm S. Well said Malcolm and Frank B.
@ Evelyne. Sorry, I have trouble making sense of your comment.


Shooting, not selling feral camels
Ah, the same old utopian dreams. If it was economic someone would be doing it.
It is not!
Reflect for just a minute on the costs associated with taking vehicles and equipment to remote trackless areas where the camels are.
Then killing, butchering to health standards, refrigerating the meat, and getting it to market. It just don’t add up.


Gas and solar: Still uneasy bedfellows
I suggest the problem is not the aim of 50% renewable, but the clinging to the 50% gas.
The technology is available to handle the renewables, it just needs the commitment and money from the government which is in the position of trying to cope with the Giles Government’s stupid purchase of the new gas generators.


Now that the Rock can’t be climbed, visiting it will cost more
What on earth is John Bell talking about? Something that did not happen in 1983?
Anangu didn’t have ownership of the land then.
If the “Charlie” referred to is me, I wasn’t in the NT then, and have never had any role in the management of the park.
Who the hell is Clyde?


Now that the Rock can’t be climbed, visiting it will cost more
Trevor: I have been a guide at Uluru Kata Tjuta NP. In answer to your specious query, may I suggest;
1. Yes, walk around the rock, slowly.
2. Walk into Walpa Gorge, then watch the sunset at Kata Tjuta (and have an evening picnic).
3. Walk the full Valley of the Winds walk.
4. Spend a few hours in the cultural centre.
5. And yes, you’d probably want to see the sunset on Uluru.


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