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Daily Examiner
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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Northern Star
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
Northern Star / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
The Daily Mercury / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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Queensland Times
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
Queensland Times / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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News Mail
Jones and Turnbull make up on airIT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show
Jones and Turnbull make up on air
News Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
IT was a far cry from the last time Malcolm Turnbull braved the Alan Jones show. In July last year the pair clashed spectacularly on air after Jones tried to force Turnbull to recite a declaration of allegiance to Tony Abbott's... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Shelby Erdahl's heroic hurdle finish may restore your faith in college athleticsWhen she crumpled to the track and the shocking realization came – my foot won’
Shelby Erdahl's heroic hurdle finish may restore your faith in college athletics
Yahoo Sports / Posted 13 hours ago
When she crumpled to the track and the shocking realization came – my foot won’t work – Shelby Erdahl had an instant to decide what to do. The decision was excruciating but also easy. It was hard-wired into her mind through a life of making the same... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
'Queensland is shut for business': Linc Energy founder slams Government's clean-up lawsLinc Energy slams Queensland Government's 'bloody-minded' approach clean-up law
'Queensland is shut for business': Linc Energy founder slams Government's clean-up laws
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Linc Energy slams Queensland Government's 'bloody-minded' approach clean-up laws The Queensland Government has vowed to press ahead with the criminal prosecution of oil and gas firm Linc Energy for the alleged contamination of farmland in the... Read more
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NBA.com
Morning Tip: Q&A with Warriors' Draymond Green"Like, I see one play in the second half and I'm like, that's where we lost the
Morning Tip: Q&A with Warriors' Draymond Green
NBA.com / Posted yesterday
"Like, I see one play in the second half and I'm like, that's where we lost the game," Draymond Green said after the Thunder came into Oakland last week and took Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. "One play. People don't view stuff the way I... Read more
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Evening Standard
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend with the familyBank Holiday weekends: once the joyous provider of an extra lie-in, the Monday
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend with the family
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
Bank Holiday weekends: once the joyous provider of an extra lie-in, the Monday was a glorious buffer between the excesses of Saturday and Sunday and the cold, working week. This is still the case for some: masses of childless Londoners are will be... Read more
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Evening Standard
Walk the line: New works added to sculpture trail for first birthdayThe organisers of an East London sculpture trail hope to encourage more visitor
Walk the line: New works added to sculpture trail for first birthday
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
The organisers of an East London sculpture trail hope to encourage more visitors after unveiling their first ever commissioned works, to mark their first birthday. The Line, which links Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and the O2, has more than a dozen... Read more
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The Local
Is Sweden's 'fika' break concept going global? AFP/The Local · 9 Jun 2015, 17:34 Published: 09 Jun 2015 10:34 GMT+02:00 Up
Is Sweden's 'fika' break concept going global?
The Local / Posted 2 days ago
AFP/The Local · 9 Jun 2015, 17:34 Published: 09 Jun 2015 10:34 GMT+02:00 Updated: 09 Jun 2015 17:34 GMT+02:00 If you've lived in Sweden for more than five minutes you'll be well aware of the 'fika'... Read more
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The Local
'Sweden has some of the world's best innovation support'Stephen Batley. Photo: Private Emma Löfgren · 23 May 2016, 06:59 Published:
'Sweden has some of the world's best innovation support'
The Local / Posted 2 days ago
Stephen Batley. Photo: Private Emma Löfgren · 23 May 2016, 06:59 Published: 23 May 2016 06:59 GMT+02:00 How did an ex-firefighter working at a mine in the Australian outback end up helping... Read more
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Raw Story
Students are using ‘smart’ spy technology to cheat on examsStudents at a medical college in Thailand have been caught using spy cameras li
Students are using ‘smart’ spy technology to cheat on exams
Raw Story / Posted 2 days ago
Students at a medical college in Thailand have been caught using spy cameras linked to smartwatches to cheat during exams. They used wireless spycams in eyeglasses to capture exam questions, transmit them to associates elsewhere and receive responses... Read more
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Pilipino Star
What other people think of Duterteforesees about the changes that Duterte (who calls himself a socialist) will do
What other people think of Duterte
Pilipino Star / Posted 3 days ago
foresees about the changes that Duterte (who calls himself a socialist) will do. “He is likely to concentrate on strengthening the business and economic ties of the Philippines with other Southeast Asian countries. There will be big changes in our... Read more
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Evening Standard
Dippy the Dinosaur’s leaving the Natural History Museum's entrance hall & will go hereDippy the dinosaur’s impending departure from the entrance hall of the Natural
Dippy the Dinosaur’s leaving the Natural History Museum's entrance hall & will go here
Evening Standard / Posted 5 days ago
Dippy the dinosaur’s impending departure from the entrance hall of the Natural History Museum sparked outrage among tourists and Londoners alike. But now it has been confirmed that a new cast of the fossilised Diplodocus skeleton will grace the... Read more
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Daily Liberal
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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The Border Mail
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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The Courier
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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The Young Witness
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
The Young Witness / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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Western Advocate
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Western Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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Kiama Independent
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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Manning River Times
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Manning River Times / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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The North West Star
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityWhat is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on?
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
The North West Star / Posted 5 days ago
What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex 'marriage' is that such an institution would... Read more
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The Age
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equalityDavid van Gend, president of the Australian Marriage Forum believes "sexual rad
David van Gend from The Australian Marriage Forum responds to questions on marriage equality
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
David van Gend, president of the Australian Marriage Forum believes "sexual radicals" are plotting a revolution. Photo: Supplied What is Australian Marriage Forum's opposition to same-sex marriage based on? The heart of our opposition to same-sex... Read more
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Female Network
The Things You Shouldn’t Hide from Your PartnerTrust is essential in any relationship–and while it’s true that there are thing
The Things You Shouldn’t Hide from Your Partner
Female Network / Posted 5 days ago
Trust is essential in any relationship–and while it’s true that there are things you can keep to yourself, there are also issues you need to discuss with your partner. Don’t hold back on the things you want him to know because sharing them can... Read more
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Daily Mail
Forget hundreds of followers - researchers say you only have 5 friendsHow many friends do you really have? People are only capable of maintaining FIV
Forget hundreds of followers - researchers say you only have 5 friends
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
How many friends do you really have? People are only capable of maintaining FIVE close friends despite using social media Humans have an upper limit on the number of close friends we can have Researchers found we can only have an inner circle of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Labor and Coalition match pledge to fix deadly road south west of Sydneymillion pledge to fix deadly road south west of Sydney Photo: Emergency servic
Labor and Coalition match pledge to fix deadly road south west of Sydney
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 days ago
million pledge to fix deadly road south west of Sydney Photo: Emergency services at the scene of a serious accident on Appin Road, Cataract, in 2014. (Billy Cooper ABC TV News) The Federal Government has pledged $50 million to upgrade a deadly... Read more
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Evening Standard
World's first zorbing 'marathon' coming to LondonLondon is set to host a marathon of a different kind, as a self-styled ‘Zorbath
World's first zorbing 'marathon' coming to London
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
London is set to host a marathon of a different kind, as a self-styled ‘Zorbathon’ – something akin to a zorbing marathon – takes place one weekend this summer. Organisers are billing it as a world-first. On July 15, 16 and 17, the Southbank will... Read more
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Aljazeera
Catching cheating spouses with India's love detectivewith a very particular area of expertise: many of her clients are spouses who a
Catching cheating spouses with India's love detective
Aljazeera / Posted 8 days ago
with a very particular area of expertise: many of her clients are spouses who are worried that their partners are being unfaithful, or parents concerned that their child may be making poor choices when it comes to love.Here she explains how... Read more
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Evening Standard
This giant waterslide will keep you cool this summerweather set to sweep London (perhaps), it's a good time for an outdoor water ac
This giant waterslide will keep you cool this summer
Evening Standard / Posted 9 days ago
weather set to sweep London (perhaps), it's a good time for an outdoor water activity. And what better than a giant slide in a pretty park setting? A 100-metre waterslide is making a grand return to Alexandra Park Hill following a successful 2015... Read more
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International Business Times
For first time ever Rwanda mountain gorillas are recorded having lesbian sex In the latest knowledge breakthrough about same-gender animal relationships, an
For first time ever Rwanda mountain gorillas are recorded having lesbian sex
International Business Times / Posted 9 days ago
In the latest knowledge breakthrough about same-gender animal relationships, an academic study reports gorillas in Africa having lesbian sex for the first time ever. A scientific team from the University of Western Australia observed 44 instances of... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The euthanasia campaignerSean Davison with his partner Raine and sons Finnian and Flynn in their home to
The euthanasia campaigner
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Sean Davison with his partner Raine and sons Finnian and Flynn in their home town of Cape Town. Photo / Supplied Last Thursday morning, Sean Davison paced in a dingy holding cell beneath the Dunedin High Court. Within hours he would know his... Read more
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News.com.au
The election campaign’s secret weaponsDay 4: Bill Shorten's gushing tribute to wife Chloe0:15 May 12, 2016. Oppositi
The election campaign’s secret weapons
News.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
Day 4: Bill Shorten's gushing tribute to wife Chloe0:15 May 12, 2016. Opposition Leader Bill Shorten said �¢my present is standing right next to me," when asked what present he received on his 49th birthday. The response elicited some "awws" from... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kirk Penney retires from international gameKirk Penney (R) has decided to call it a career at international level. Photo /
Kirk Penney retires from international game
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 11 days ago
Kirk Penney (R) has decided to call it a career at international level. Photo / Getty One of the all-time greats to play basketball for his country, Kirk Penney has officially called time on his international career, bringing the curtain down on a... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why didn't anyone tell me and Bernard Tomic the Olympics were on in August this year?And that'd be right, wouldn't it, you bastards? I'd reckon, and my man Bernie T
Why didn't anyone tell me and Bernard Tomic the Olympics were on in August this year?
Brisbane Times / Posted 11 days ago
And that'd be right, wouldn't it, you bastards? I'd reckon, and my man Bernie Tomic would reckon, that for something like the Olympics we might get just a little notice as to when it's on??? See, we thought that at least a few months out, you could... Read more
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PhysOrg
Students are using 'smart' spy technology to cheat in examsStudents are using smart technology to try to beat the exam system. Credit: Shu
Students are using 'smart' spy technology to cheat in exams
PhysOrg / Posted 12 days ago
Students are using smart technology to try to beat the exam system. Credit: Shutterstock/hxdbzxy Students at a medical college in Thailand have been caught using spy cameras linked to smartwatches to cheat during exams. They used wireless spycams in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why didn't anyone tell me and Bernard Tomic the Olympics were on in August this year?And that'd be right, wouldn't it, you bastards? I'd reckon, and my man Bernie T
Why didn't anyone tell me and Bernard Tomic the Olympics were on in August this year?
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 12 days ago
And that'd be right, wouldn't it, you bastards? I'd reckon, and my man Bernie Tomic would reckon, that for something like the Olympics we might get just a little notice as to when it's on??? See, we thought that at least a few months out, you could... Read more
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Literary Minded
Highlights of days three and fourNoteworthy developments since my last federal election post 24 hours ago: • Ah
Highlights of days three and four
Literary Minded / Posted 12 days ago
Noteworthy developments since my last federal election post 24 hours ago: • Ahead of the High Court’s ruling on Senator Bob Day’s challenge to the constitutionality of Senate electoral reform, to be delivered at 10am today, Jeremy Gans at the... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fencing: Trophy on the line at regional tourneyDunedin fencing stalwart Ted Nye at the Claymore Swords Club in the city yester
Fencing: Trophy on the line at regional tourney
Otago Daily Times / Posted 12 days ago
Dunedin fencing stalwart Ted Nye at the Claymore Swords Club in the city yesterday. Photo by Gregor Richardson. The trophy was named after the 89-year-old Dunedin fencing identity and will be contested during the Otago-Southland regional tournament... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Jill Goldson: Why are mother-daughter relationships so complex?if you have a great relationship with your mum. Photo / iStock The mother-daug
Jill Goldson: Why are mother-daughter relationships so complex?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
if you have a great relationship with your mum. Photo / iStock The mother-daughter relationship is especially complex: being mothered well, as with much of the roll of the dice in life, is a bit of a lottery. Some of us get lucky and some of us... Read more
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Herald Sun
Space dust rewrites Earth historyMicrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7 billion years ago are now revealin
Space dust rewrites Earth history
Herald Sun / Posted 13 days ago
Micrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7 billion years ago are now revealing to science the nature of the atmosphere they passed through. ANCIENT flecks of space dust found in a remote corner of Australia is about to blast its way into the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Space dust rewrites Earth historyFossilised space dust offers startling insight into our ancient atmosphere | Da
Space dust rewrites Earth history
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Fossilised space dust offers startling insight into our ancient atmosphere | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Micrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7... Read more
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Perth Now
Space dust rewrites Earth historyMicrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7 billion years ago are now revealin
Space dust rewrites Earth history
Perth Now / Posted 13 days ago
Micrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7 billion years ago are now revealing to science the nature of the atmosphere they passed through. ANCIENT flecks of space dust found in a remote corner of Australia is about to blast its way into the... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Space dust rewrites Earth historyMicrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7 billion years ago are now revealin
Space dust rewrites Earth history
Adelaide Now / Posted 13 days ago
Micrometeorites which fell to Earth some 2.7 billion years ago are now revealing to science the nature of the atmosphere they passed through. ANCIENT flecks of space dust found in a remote corner of Australia is about to blast its way into the... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Could cloud seeding have saved Fort McMurray?Planes disperse chemicals such as silver iodide, which under the right conditio
Could cloud seeding have saved Fort McMurray?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Planes disperse chemicals such as silver iodide, which under the right conditions can bond with water vapour and form ice crystals. The ice crystals then fall as snow or, if it’s warm, rain. If only a downpour will vanquish the massive wildfire that... Read more
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