- Here's Video of the Electric eCOPO Chevy Camaro Doing a Quarter-Mile at a Drag Strip (wheel stands and does a 10 second pass at 80% power)
More details on the Teslonda.
- Australian start-ups fear tech has fallen out of favour with Government - Science News - ABC News:
It was not long ago that Australians were promised an "ideas boom" on bus stop ads across the country as part of the Government's innovation agenda, but today that enthusiasm is harder to find.That'd be because the commitment never extended beyond a half-hearted bus stop ad campaign.
- Truck driver showcases unique views of Nullarbor Plain on famous Australian road trip - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
- The deadly truth about a world built for men – from stab vests to car crashes | Life and style | The Guardian:
Clearly, women being 47% more likely to be seriously injured in a car crash is one hell of an inequality to overlook.
- Why border security should not be a key issue in Federal election 2019:
We don't appear to have a problem with asylum seekers who arrive by air and there are about 76 of them every day, far more than ever arrived by boat. The political obsession with stopping the boats all started with the Tampa affair in 2001 — the same year the World Trade Center was attacked by terrorists. National security became a key issue and politicians have used it to manipulate voters ever since. Political campaigners know fear and negative messages are more persuasive than hope and positive messages.
- Nanotech Injections Give Mice Infrared Vision - The Atlantic
- Only a third of Australia's plastic packaging waste gets recycled | Environment | The Guardian
- Catholic Church's massive wealth revealed:
A six-month investigation by The Sydney Morning Herald has found that the church misled the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse by grossly undervaluing its property treasures in both NSW and Victoria while claiming that increased payments to abuse victims would require cuts to its social programs. [...] While the property portfolio features many churches, hospitals and schools, so too does it include offices, conference centres, car parks, mobile phone towers, tennis courts, and a restaurant. ... The church also has extensive non-property assets including Catholic Church Insurance and its own internal banks - often known as Catholic Development Funds - with nearly $1 billion in assets in Sydney alone. And it has other investments, including in superannuation, telecommunications and in the stock-market. A Church-owned fund manager has more than $1.4 billion under management.
- Guy Paints Over Shit Graffiti And Makes It Legible
- 'Right to repair' regulation necessary, say small businesses and environmentalists - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)
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