Science
When killers become choosers: Resurrecting the Tasmanian tiger

Efforts should be made to prevent the extinction of species rather than playing God and trying to ...  
Cooking with gas: A gaslit toxic health hazard 

Neither clean nor green, it turns out lauded natural gas is a toxic mix of harmful chemicals that ...  
Water industry could improve to meet net zero targets

At this point in the national conversation over energy policy, it’s time for our water industry ...  
Incoming Government must act swiftly on the climate crisis

Australian media is hyping up the startling loss of standing Prime Minister Scott Morrison and the ...  
The irony of advanced technology

With technology advancing at a rapid pace, it is becoming increasingly difficult for the human ...  
Talking nuclear and 'the smoke and mirrors game of shadows'

Noel Wauchope tests the 'nuclear' facts in an interview between former CEO of Australia's Nuclear ...  
HELEN CALDICOTT: Russia's war could spell worldwide nuclear disaster

Boasting the world's biggest nuclear arsenal, Russia's aggression towards Ukraine could spell ...  
Documentarian reveals unethical CIA experiments on children

The U.S. and the CIA have a long history of conducting unethical experiments on people without ...  
Solutions to COVID problems lack STEAM

The ability to deal with large scale systems due to COVID-induced change is sorely testing our ...  
KERRYN PHELPS: Deliberate COVID infections present extreme dangers

I have a message for the people I am hearing lately who say they just want to catch COVID-19 to ...  
Kerryn Phelps' 'How to Keep Your Brain Young': A thinking person's guide

If you have ever wondered whether your misspent youth may have killed off a few too many brain ...  
Quantum information and its relativity to the universe

A deeper, scientific understanding of information may give us a better understanding of quantum ...  
Interplanetary internet: Communication out of this world

Various global agencies are contributing to the expansion of the internet for deep space commun ...  
The Plan: Winking, blinding and eye-watering Coalition negligence

The Morrison Government is fobbing us off with a tissue of lies, a wink, a nudge and a glossy ...  
Returning to the office post-COVID: It's not set in concrete

The popular view is that once we've got on top of COVID-19 through vaccines, occupancy of offices ...  
Zuckerberg's metaverse comes with serious flaws

The proposed Facebook metaverse, a virtual reality environment, could lead to danger if used by ...  
Artificial intelligence to better understand our world

While artificial intelligence has been an important tool in gaining a better understanding of our ...  
IA Book Club: Long Half-life – The Nuclear Industry in Australia

In his far-reaching review, Dr Evan Jones explores a book by Ian Lowe, which looks deep into ...  

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