Peter Ridd Vs The Dishonorables

Written by DONNA LAFRAMBOISE

APRIL 24, 2019

The Peter Ridd court ruling, released last week, is a re-telling of David and Goliath. This is a story about a bureaucratic in-group persecuting a dissenting voice. It’s also a story about widespread dishonorable conduct.

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How to Vote

Written by Viv Forbes

On The Sidelines Of Democracy: Exploring Why So Many ...

Media Release/Opinion Piece

A personal opinion from Viv Forbes
who takes responsibility for any electoral comment.

23 April 2019.

This is not meant to be a statement of Saltbush Club policy – our members have enough sense and experience to make up their own minds. But I believe these guidelines will help to achieve Saltbush policies. It also explains the background for my how-to-vote opinions.

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Basic Concepts for Interpreting Geological Phenomena

Written by John N Elliston AM, BSc(Chem), BSc(Hons. Geol), FAusIMM(CP)

Our study of the formation of rocks and the orebodies they contain begins with the nature and properties of the materials from which we believe they were formed.

Crustal rocks on the surface of the Earth are unique in our solar system in that they are exposed to an excess of water.

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Australia PM adviser says climate change is ‘UN-led ruse to establish new world order’

Written by Jonathan Pearlman

 

Maurice Newman, chairman of the Prime Minister’s Business Advisory Council Photo: AP

Tony Abbott’s business adviser says global warming a fallacy supported by United Nations to ‘create a new authoritarian world order under its control’

Climate change is a hoax developed as part of a secret plot by the United Nations to undermine democracies and takeover the world, a top adviser to Tony Abbott, Australia’s prime minister, has warned.

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TED 2019: 10 years of ‘ideas worth spreading’

Written by Jane Wakefield

BBC

Jane Wakefield

TED (which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design) is famous for turning 17-minute talks into viral videos. This year’s conference has kicked off in Vancouver, offering a new set of thought-provoking talks under the tagline of ‘ideas worth spreading’.

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Peter Ridd’s Fantastic Win over James Cook University

Written by Judy Ryan

The final court decision by Judge Vasta was that the 17 findings made by the University, the two speech directions, the five confidentiality directions, the no satire direction, the censure and the final censure given by the University and the termination of employment of Professor Ridd by the University were all unlawful.

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Radical Green Ideas Are The Great Killers Of Our Age

Written by ALLAN M.R. MACRAE, B.A.SC., M.ENG

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1. Introduction. On December 6, 2018, I was informed in a letter from the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Alberta (APEGA) that I was “the 2019 Summit Award recipient of the Centennial Leadership Award.

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