“It’s Too Late” – 7 Signs Australia Can’t Avoid Economic Apocalypse

By Joe Hilderbrand and John Adam AUSTRALIA has missed its chance to avoid a potential “economic apocalypse”, according to a former government guru who says that despite his warnings there are seven new signs we are too late to act. The former economics and policy adviser has identified seven ominous indicators that a possible global crash is approaching — including a surge in crypto-currencies such as Bitcoin — and the window for government action is now closed. John Adams, […] Read More

Aboriginal Australians Co-Existed with the Megafauna for at Least 17,000 Years

Australia was once home to giant reptiles, marsupials and birds (and some not so giant), but the extinction of this megafauna has been the subject of a debate that has persisted since the 19th century. Despite great advances in the available scientific techniques for investigating the problem, answering the key question of how they became extinct has remained elusive. Indeed, the same questions as those asked in the 19th century by scientists, such as the British comparative anatomist Sir Richard […] Read More

New Zealand’s Lost Cave World of Wonders

 Brent Swancer Our magnificent planet holds numerous wonders of the natural world, and there seem to be just as many of these below ground as there are above it. Deep down under the earth there stretch vast, dark subterranean worlds which have existed in the black quiet beneath our feet for millions of years separately from the light filled planet which we know. Here in the bowels of our planet are somewhat haunting domains that seem to be as […] Read More

“We just like Refugees in our own Country.” WA communities waiting to hear about their future.

Abby Dinham www.sbs.com.au 18 Mar 2015 WA communities waiting to hear about their future A remote WA community. (SBS) Consultation will begin with remote Indigenous communities in Western Australia mid-year with up to 150 facing closure. The closures were flagged by the state government seven months ago, but Indigenous communities say they still have no idea of what the future holds for them. As many face the prospect of being removed from their homelands, the former residents of Oombulgurri […] Read More

The Mysterious Black Mountain of Queensland

  Rising up from the wilderness of Queensland, Australia, is an eerie sight that stands in stark contrast to the brush and eucalyptus trees around it. Looming over the surrounding green sea of trees is a colossal, blackened jumble of enormous boulders that looks less like a natural formation than something that was intentionally dumped here by giant hands. This is the place known as the Black Mountain. Long heavily associated with bizarre unexplained phenomena and intertwined with dark […] Read More