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Coronavirus/climate computer modelling failures

By John Woodrow  In The Australian (18/6/2020) Adam Creighton, Economics Editor, wrote: “Coronavirus:…

Happiness - and despair

The only psychology I have studied formally was a unit on the…

Spiteful Authority: Malaysia Goes for the Journalists

Malaysia’s record on letting journalists be is a blotted one. This month,…

JAGGED #5

Follows on from JAGGED #4Chapter 15: The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Not…

Bye bye, Mathias. Is Spud next?

By Grumpy Geezer  Senator Mathias Pubert Cormann has chucked his car keys into the…

Bedtime Stories #2

The search for soul …Down the Adelaide Central Market, between Marino’s butchers…

Rachel Maddow on the daily madness

Let's hear it for the 'leader' of the free world.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhtc-jVgUSA&feature=youtu.beAnd just to…

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Bye bye, Mathias. Is Spud next?

The AIM Network

By Grumpy Geezer  Senator Mathias Pubert Cormann has chucked his car keys into the trifle and announced his pending retirement from politics after 7 continuous years of rogering the country as Grand Fubar of Finance.Pubert's track record includes doubling all debt accumulated by all governments since 1854, while:"Through the past six years of…

Coronavirus/climate computer modelling failures

The AIM Network

By John Woodrow  In The Australian (18/6/2020) Adam Creighton, Economics Editor, wrote: “Coronavirus: Inflated pandemic estimates weaken climate forecasts.”It is obviously an attempt to make some connection between the measuring of the pandemic and climate change. What does it mean?Creighton’s opening gambit makes reference to Tony Abbott, our recently royally decorated…

Colonial oppression: it still exists

The AIM Network

By Robert Wood  One of the unconscious influences in Australian politics is the nineteenth century German philosopher George Hegel. His ideas come through in Australian Labor rhetoric often via Karl Marx who drew on Hegel to think about class consciousness and class conflict most of all. And while both are never…

How The Black Lives Matter Protest Enables Me To Drink…

Rossleigh

It seems that Dan Andrews has stuffed up by allowing a protest to go ahead. I know this because every…

The Yeezy Effect: Kanye West Joins the Presidential Race

Dr Binoy Kampmark

“Because when we win, it’s everybody’s birthday.” Kanye West, Forbes, July 8, 2020The political absurd has become all modish. With…

News and Politics

Rachel Maddow on the daily madness

Kaye Lee

Let's hear it for the 'leader' of the free world.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nhtc-jVgUSA&feature=youtu.beAnd just to recap...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFrbWCD-eCk&feature=youtu.beIt's exhausting but we must keep speaking out…

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We live in shadowy times and white men who inhabit…

John Lord

As a man who is but months away from turning 80 I hope that I have inherited some characteristics of…

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An open letter to Scott Morrison, PM

RosemaryJ36

Mr Morrison,Do you realise how much better off you are than the vast majority of Australians who are directly affected…

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The Hypocrisies of Recognition: The Supreme Court, Native Americans and…

Dr Binoy Kampmark

The Supreme Court of the United States has barely had time to gather its collective breath these last few days.…

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Information and critical thinking do matter

The AIM Network

By 2353NM  When Prime Minister Morrison was advised there was the risk of uncontrolled spread of a deadly pandemic on the…

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How The Black Lives Matter Protest Enables Me To Drink…

Rossleigh

It seems that Dan Andrews has stuffed up by allowing a protest to go ahead. I know this because every…

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Environment

New study sparks fresh call for seagrass preservation

The AIM Network

Edith Cowan University Media ReleaseAn increase in carbon dioxide emissions equivalent to 5 million cars a year has been caused…

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Drinking water under threat from bushfire

The AIM Network

Edith Cowan University Media ReleaseRainfall after fire brings immediate relief but the environmental effects can sometimes be as significant as…

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Solar farm powering Newcastle operations and revenue

The AIM Network

City of Newcastle Media ReleaseA solar farm built by the City of Newcastle on a rehabilitated landfill site has exceeded…

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Social Justice

Pete-The-Not-So-Great’s Info Wars

The AIM Network

By Jane Salmon  Watching the lush tv series “The Great” on Stan, we are reminded that decadent 18th century European despots…

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The Precedent Set

ozfenric

With the acquittal this week (Tuesday 7 April 2020) of Cardinal George Pell, many words will be written, both in…

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Our Compelling Witness!

Keith Davis

Thousands upon thousands of Survivors of childhood sexual abuse could have written this brief article.Their experiences may differ from…

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AIM Extra

The Yeezy Effect: Kanye West Joins the Presidential Race

Dr Binoy Kampmark

“Because when we win, it’s everybody’s birthday.” Kanye West, Forbes, July 8, 2020The political absurd has become all modish. With…

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Spiteful Authority: Malaysia Goes for the Journalists

Dr Binoy Kampmark

Malaysia’s record on letting journalists be is a blotted one. This month, authorities have been kept busy intimidating the independent…

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JAGGED #5

Keith Davis

Follows on from JAGGED #4Chapter 15: The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Not that one. This one!Last time I said to…

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Bedtime Stories #2

Joseph Carli

The search for soul …Down the Adelaide Central Market, between Marino’s butchers and the Samtass fish market, there is a…

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Mosques, Museums and Politics: The Fate of Hagia Sophia

Dr Binoy Kampmark

When the caustic Evelyn Waugh visited the majestic sixth century creation of Emperor Justinian, one subsequently enlarged, enriched and encrusted…

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COVID-19: Where was it born: China, the United States or…

The AIM Network

Continued from: COVID-19: Where was it born: China, the United States or Ukania? (A diabolical struggle: part 4)By OutsiderAt first…

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Happiness - and despair

RosemaryJ36

The only psychology I have studied formally was a unit on the psychology of teenagers, which was part of my…

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I’ve never been to America

Nicole Clark

Foreword: Australia has endless flaws and whilst I’m not going to paint a picture that Australia is not in many…

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The Promising Poppy Syndrome

Joseph Carli

Art, under this current right-wing government has become a dirty word ... probably because in these times of economic rationalism,…

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