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Who says we are advanced or that we understand climate?

Who says we are advanced or that we understand climate?

James Allen attempts to explain the lack of detection of radio signals from other advanced civilisations in the galactic neighbourhood.

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Tough punishments a better way to stop drug deaths
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Tough punishments a better way to stop drug deaths

The idea of pill testing at music festivals has divided opinion.

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Human intelligence is a lethal mutation that defies nature
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Human intelligence is a lethal mutation that defies nature

Enrico Fermi was a physicist, James Allan. Biology provides the answer; or rather, evolution.

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Cottage far from original with no fence, garden, sheep, water ...
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Cottage far from original with no fence, garden, sheep, water ...

I first visited Blundell's cottage in 1962 when it was pretty much as the years had left it, although the bulldozers were hovering.

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Greed and self-interest may explain paradox
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Greed and self-interest may explain paradox

Had Enrico Fermi lived today, he might not have viewed this conundrum in quite the same way.

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The danger hovering below the surface
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The danger hovering below the surface

The possible electrocution risk is not the only problem facing Canberra's outrageously expensive light rail project.

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Politics: Less blame, more planning
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Politics: Less blame, more planning

I was incredibly disappointed to read Senator Leyonhjelm assert that Senator Hanson-Young is not his co-worker, but his political opponent.

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Before and after of a war that left nation reeling
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Before and after of a war that left nation reeling

World War One and the Anzac landings changed Australia forever.

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Inside story of Churchill House shows it's still heritage-worthy
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Inside story of Churchill House shows it's still heritage-worthy

Though superficially attractive, the building was a nightmare of dysfunction – freezing in winter and stiflingly hot in summer.

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Debased environment does nothing for our city
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Debased environment does nothing for our city

Canberra advertises itself as a young, modern and vibrant city, but it displays all the ingredients of a city totally unkempt.

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What’s happening to monument to immigration and cash raised?
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What’s happening to monument to immigration and cash raised?

My query is: what has happened to the project; what has happened to the money; and why has there been no information?

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