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Galileo’s mantle is a poor fit for new Senator Malcolm Roberts

Malcolm Roberts is no Galileo, but he would make a fine Inquisitor. The self-belief of Malcolm Roberts was put to the test in last week’s ABC panel discussion, Q&A, and the newly-minted One Nation senator for Queensland came out with … Continue reading

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Greenhouse warming? As ridiculous as a sun-centred solar system!

The year just ended produced ample evidence that both the level of global carbon emissions and public awareness about the dangers of inaction are headed in the wrong direction. [3 January 2012 | Peter Boyer] With a brand spanking new … Continue reading

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