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Adelaide Now
Scientists confirm Einstein’s greatest theoryBreakthrough ... a simulated view of two black holes on the brink of merging. P
Scientists confirm Einstein’s greatest theory
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 minutes ago
Breakthrough ... a simulated view of two black holes on the brink of merging. Picture: Bohn et al GRAVITATIONAL waves have been detected confirming Albert Einstein’s famous theory of General Relativity, according to scientists at Washington’s... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Gravitational waves are observed for the first time, proving Albert Einstein right 100 years onScientists have for the first time observed elusive gravitational waves – tiny
Gravitational waves are observed for the first time, proving Albert Einstein right 100 years on
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 48 minutes ago
Scientists have for the first time observed elusive gravitational waves – tiny ripples in the fabric of space-time caused by violent astronomical events. The discovery, announced overnight in Washington DC, confirms the last outstanding prediction... Read more
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The Age
Gravitational waves are observed for the first time, proving Albert Einstein right 100 years onScientists have for the first time observed elusive gravitational waves – tiny
Gravitational waves are observed for the first time, proving Albert Einstein right 100 years on
The Age / Posted an hour ago
Scientists have for the first time observed elusive gravitational waves – tiny ripples in the fabric of space-time caused by violent astronomical events. The discovery, announced overnight in Washington DC, confirms the last outstanding prediction... Read more
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The Age
Coin designer Stuart Devlin reflects on decimal currency's 50th anniversaryStuart Devlin carving plasters for Australian coins in 1963. Photo: SUPPLIED D
Coin designer Stuart Devlin reflects on decimal currency's 50th anniversary
The Age / Posted 11 hours ago
Stuart Devlin carving plasters for Australian coins in 1963. Photo: SUPPLIED Decimal currency's arrival on St Valentine's Day 50 years ago required a public education program. Simple enough. "Even morons can count up to 10," a business academic... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coin designer Stuart Devlin reflects on decimal currency's 50th anniversaryStuart Devlin carving plasters for Australian coins in 1963. Photo: SUPPLIED D
Coin designer Stuart Devlin reflects on decimal currency's 50th anniversary
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 11 hours ago
Stuart Devlin carving plasters for Australian coins in 1963. Photo: SUPPLIED Decimal currency's arrival on St Valentine's Day 50 years ago required a public education program. Simple enough. "Even morons can count up to 10," a business academic... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Early Australian Prime Ministers and life after federal politics - ABC Melbourne - Australian Broadcasting Corporation Former Finance Minist
Early Australian Prime Ministers and life after federal politics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 15 hours ago
- ABC Melbourne - Australian Broadcasting Corporation Former Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner is now Chairman of the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Has proof of Einstein's greatest prediction - gravitational waves - been found?The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by b
Has proof of Einstein's greatest prediction - gravitational waves - been found?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 hours ago
The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Photo / NASA Einstein's greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces unleashed by two... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Kiwi scientists secure preferential access to SynchrotronScience and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today announced a three-year inves
Kiwi scientists secure preferential access to Synchrotron
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 18 hours ago
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today announced a three-year investment of $2.8 million in the Australian Synchrotron, the largest piece of scientific infrastructure in the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Is this proof Einstein was right?Speculation rife that Einstein’s greatest prediction — gravitational waves — ha
Is this proof Einstein was right?
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Speculation rife that Einstein’s greatest prediction — gravitational waves — have been found | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Raw power ... The gravitational... Read more
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News.com.au
Is this proof Einstein was right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was right?
News.com.au / Posted yesterday
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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Herald Sun
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?
Herald Sun / Posted yesterday
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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Perth Now
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?
Perth Now / Posted yesterday
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has
Is this proof Einstein was absolutely right?
Adelaide Now / Posted yesterday
Raw power ... The gravitational ripples caused by two black holes colliding has reported by been detected by an international experiment in the United States. Source: NASA EINSTEIN’S greatest prediction may have been correct: The titanic forces... Read more
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BeverageOnline
Technavio Announces Top Three Emerging Trends Impacting theLONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Technavio’s latest report on global gluten-free pack
Technavio Announces Top Three Emerging Trends Impacting the
BeverageOnline / Posted yesterday
LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Technavio’s latest report on global gluten-free packaged food marketprovides an analysis of the key trends expected to impact the gluten-free packaged food market through 2015-2019. Technavio defines an emerging trend as a... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Former Australian PM in SA to promote partnerships in educationThe key message of her visit is that education‚ employability and entrepreneurs
Former Australian PM in SA to promote partnerships in education
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 2 days ago
The key message of her visit is that education‚ employability and entrepreneurship begin at grassroots level‚ from the support of basic education and literacy to the preparation of students for today’s global economy. Gillard visited Zandspruit... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWForced adoptions and the Stolen Generations have influenced sentiment, says Bra
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 2 days ago
Forced adoptions and the Stolen Generations have influenced sentiment, says Brad Hazzard. Photo: Angela Wylie Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
V/Line free travel, safety issues 'costing taxpayers $300,000 a day'V/Line free travel, safety concerns costing taxpayers millions, parliamentary i
V/Line free travel, safety issues 'costing taxpayers $300,000 a day'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 2 days ago
V/Line free travel, safety concerns costing taxpayers millions, parliamentary inquiry hears Victoria's regional rail debacle is costing taxpayers millions of dollars in free travel, replacement buses, safety upgrades and unplanned maintenance, a... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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The Young Witness
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
The Young Witness / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Western Advocate
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Western Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Kiama Independent / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Manning River Times
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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The North West Star
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
The North West Star / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Daily Liberal / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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The Border Mail
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
The Border Mail / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSWAs the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family
Child protection workers urged to consider adoption in forums across NSW
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
As the number of children in care nears 20,000, advocates are pushing a "family for life" model. Family and Community Services Minister Brad Hazzard​ is challenging the state's "anti-adoption sentiment", encouraging child protection caseworkers to... Read more
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Northern Star
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
Northern Star / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
The Daily Mercury / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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Queensland Times
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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News Mail
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
News Mail / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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Daily Examiner
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms
WATERCOOLER: What's the use of life in prison?
Daily Examiner / Posted 2 days ago
The decision provides a timely opportunity to reconsider the viability of terms of life without parole. It further entrenches the use of terms of life without parole in Australia despite moves overseas to restrict - and in some cases eradicate -... Read more
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redOrbit
These 5 extinct Australian megafauna will make you thankful for the deadly species they have todayFebruary 5, 2016 by Susanna Pilny People love to marvel over how everything l
These 5 extinct Australian megafauna will make you thankful for the deadly species they have today
redOrbit / Posted 2 days ago
February 5, 2016 by Susanna Pilny People love to marvel over how everything living thing in Australia can kill you, but as it turns out, modern humans... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
The Ark: General Sir John Monash - Sunday Nights NLR - (ABC) General Sir John Monash on the Australian hundr
The Ark: General Sir John Monash
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
- Sunday Nights NLR - (ABC) General Sir John Monash on the Australian hundred-dollar note Ever wondered about the man on the hundred-dollar note? General Sir John Monash - an... Read more
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The Victoria Advocate
How smart is your dog?People who consider their dog a family member usually think he is quite bright.
How smart is your dog?
The Victoria Advocate / Posted 3 days ago
People who consider their dog a family member usually think he is quite bright. Every dog owner (including me) has one or more stories praising some super-intelligent deed their pet has performed. We have known for years that dogs are extremely... Read more
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Canberra Times
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancyBelly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be fathe
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancy
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
Belly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be father's waistline have to do with the health of his future children? More than you'd think – and it could be the incentive that helps men stick to their weight loss... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancyBelly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be fathe
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancy
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
Belly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be father's waistline have to do with the health of his future children? More than you'd think – and it could be the incentive that helps men stick to their weight loss... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancyBelly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be fathe
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancy
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Belly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be father's waistline have to do with the health of his future children? More than you'd think – and it could be the incentive that helps men stick to their weight loss... Read more
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Daily News
Scientists breeding special mosquitoesINDONESIA: Scientists are breeding special mosquitoes that can’t carry particul
Scientists breeding special mosquitoes
Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
INDONESIA: Scientists are breeding special mosquitoes that can’t carry particular diseases, in an attempt to stop the spread of the Zika virus. The Zika virus is spread by mosquitoes, as are other diseases like dengue fever. But scientists hope that... Read more
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WA Today
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancyBelly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be fathe
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancy
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
Belly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be father's waistline have to do with the health of his future children? More than you'd think – and it could be the incentive that helps men stick to their weight loss... Read more
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The Age
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancyBelly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be fathe
Healthy man, healthy sperm - why men need to shape up for pregnancy
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
Belly full: men need to shape up for pregnancy too. What does a would-be father's waistline have to do with the health of his future children? More than you'd think – and it could be the incentive that helps men stick to their weight loss... Read more
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The Age
School says CityLink a bridge too closeTeachers, students, parents and friends of Strathmore Secondary College campaig
School says CityLink a bridge too close
The Age / Posted 4 days ago
Teachers, students, parents and friends of Strathmore Secondary College campaign against a new bridge that will be twice as high as this one built on their school boundary. Photo: Wayne Taylor A school community in Melbourne's north-west has slammed... Read more
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The Courier
Strathmore school says CityLink Tulla project a risk to health and safetyPrivate schools' concerns taken much more seriously than those of public school
Strathmore school says CityLink Tulla project a risk to health and safety
The Courier / Posted 5 days ago
Private schools' concerns taken much more seriously than those of public school in a similar situation, opponents say. A school community in Melbourne's north-west has slammed Transurban and VicRoads for the proximity of a huge new elevated road,... Read more
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The Border Mail
Strathmore school says CityLink Tulla project a risk to health and safetyPrivate schools' concerns taken much more seriously than those of public school
Strathmore school says CityLink Tulla project a risk to health and safety
The Border Mail / Posted 5 days ago
Private schools' concerns taken much more seriously than those of public school in a similar situation, opponents say. A school community in Melbourne's north-west has slammed Transurban and VicRoads for the proximity of a huge new elevated road,... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Eurobodalla students get great startTen Eurobodalla students celebrated a dream start to their tertiary career at t
Eurobodalla students get great start
Kiama Independent / Posted 5 days ago
Ten Eurobodalla students celebrated a dream start to their tertiary career at the Batemans Bay Youth Foundation dinner on Thursday night. CLASS OF '16: Batemans Bay Youth Foundation grantees Joseph Tegart, Lizzie Jack, Daina Koote, Carly Hay, Eden... Read more
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The Age
Disagreeing is too stressful for some people, so they just agree to everythingMonash university scientists Juan Dominguez, left, and Pascal Molenberghs studi
Disagreeing is too stressful for some people, so they just agree to everything
The Age / Posted 5 days ago
Monash university scientists Juan Dominguez, left, and Pascal Molenberghs studied the mental stress and discomfort that occurs during a disagreement. Photo: Joe Armao Neuroscientists have discovered your friend or partner might not be agreeing to... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Neuroscientists use MRI scans to find disagreeing too stressful for someNeuroscientists have discovered people might not be agreeing to everything you
Neuroscientists use MRI scans to find disagreeing too stressful for some
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 5 days ago
Neuroscientists have discovered people might not be agreeing to everything you suggest because you're always right. Neuroscientists have discovered your friend or partner might not be agreeing to everything you suggest because you're always right,... Read more
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The Courier
Neuroscientists use MRI scans to find disagreeing too stressful for someNeuroscientists have discovered people might not be agreeing to everything you
Neuroscientists use MRI scans to find disagreeing too stressful for some
The Courier / Posted 6 days ago
Neuroscientists have discovered people might not be agreeing to everything you suggest because you're always right. Neuroscientists have discovered your friend or partner might not be agreeing to everything you suggest because you're always right,... Read more
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