Tuesday, February 23, 2021



Niagara Falls freezes over – The Skinny

Christy Johns with The Skinny news.đŸ“ș.   Two bodies pulled from a fire-ravaged home, south of BrisbaneđŸ“ș.   Prince William gives an update on Prince...


February 17, 2021 By William Easton, Managing Director, Facebook Australia & New ZealandIn response to Australia’s proposed new Media Bargaining law, Facebook will restrict publishers and people in Australia from sharing or viewing Australian and international news content.The proposed law fundamentally misunderstands the relationship between our platform and publishers who use it to share...
Facebook is under fire after wiping news content from Australian users but in the process it has shut down government information pages including health and domestic violence services.Queensland Health Executive Director of Strategic Communications Branch Robert Hoge urged the social media giant to reverse its decision immediately. See their statement...

Update: The Queensland Health Facebook page has been restored.

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Happy solstice, everyone! | Tonight – EarthSky

Here's some quick info that'll help you connect with nature at this June solstice 2020.

The solstice is June 20 | Tonight – EarthSky

Here's some quick info that'll help you connect with nature at this June solstice 2020.

Happy birthday, Nicolaus Copernicus | Human World – EarthSky

In 1543, he showed us that medieval beliefs of an enclosed Earth-centered universe were wrong, setting off what’s known today as the Copernican Revolution.

Maarten Schmidt solves the puzzle of quasars – EarthSky

Today in science, on February 5, 1963, Maarten Schmidt unraveled the mystery of quasars and pushed back the edges of our cosmos. His insight into the most distant...

Happy birthday to Isaac Newton | Human World – EarthSky

Isaac Newton, born on January 4, 1643, discovered the laws of motion and other principles that laid the foundation of physics and astronomy.

Team sets out to retrace Sir Ernest Shackleton’s epic Antarctic journey of survival – Telegraph.co.uk

Team sets out to retrace Sir Ernest Shackleton's epic Antarctic journey of survival.

Tiny Chameleon Is Cute, Near Impossible To Find – Gizmodo Australia

Chameleons are famous for their ability to change colour as a defensive mechanism. But what if that wasn’t enough? You’d need something else — like, say, being the world’s smallest chameleon. This tiny little chap is only 16mm long from snout to backside, whi

Would We Ever See This In Our Lifetime? – Gizmodo Australia

This is a SpaceX rocket today. This is the very near future of SpaceX. And, hopefully, the illustration above would be the very far future of the company, a time when ultra-heavy rockets would send extremely large cargos beyond Earth’s orbit. Is this the futu

Hidden Portals Found In Earth’s Magnetic Field – Gizmodo Australia

According to NASA, Jack Scudder, who is a researcher at the University of Iowa, has found “hidden portals on Earth’s magnetic field [that] open and close dozens of times each day”. Some of them are open for long periods of time. Scudder says that these portal

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