Should we be eating nuclear Japanese fish?

Australia leads the world in medical research, and for many years our scientists have brought relief to patients suffering from various long term ailments. We lead in stem cell research and treatment for stomach ulcers as well as a possible break through in cancer treatments. So who is ordering the latest research into possible medical … [Read the full story]

Is it Presidential Elect, Dallas or Neighbours

Reading the latest news about the Presidential Election reminds me of an episode of Dallas or even an episode of Neighbours. Only in  America can they elect a Trump and then spend hundreds of pages of news and TV coverage attacking the man they voted into office. It makes you proud to see democracy at work. … [Read the full story]

Children equals no romance, a new survey reveals

Looking forward to the pitter-patter of tiny feet? Kiss goodbye to romance. A survey of 3,000 parents, found new parents go out together 15 times over the first five years because they feel guilty for wanting time away from their child. by Susan Floyd

A fish with human teeth

This sheepshead fish has a certain human quality to it, its dentures look eerily similar to ours. It can be found in North America and is widely known for its black and white stripes. The sheepshead is not naturally vicious, so you’re not in danger of getting bit by something that looks like your gran, … [Read the full story]

Adam the Atheist – Lessons from the Bible

If you don’t already know me, my name is Adam…and I am an atheist. Here’s an interesting tale found in Matthew 21:19; Mark 11:13-14. Jesus is walking from Bethany and he’s feeling a bit peckish. He encounters a fig tree, but unfortunately it is barren as it’s the off season for figs. Annoyed, Jesus demands … [Read the full story]

Gargling lemonade COULD help you quit smoking

For those smokers desperate to give up the habit, scientists have an unusual solution…gargling with a glass of lemonade. They found that the interaction of sugar (known as glucose) on the tongue boosts attention as well as energy and can improve self control. This could help keep smokers away from the cigarettes at least in … [Read the full story]

We could lose the moon

There are plenty of disaster films out there. We know what’s in store for us if asteroids threaten the planet, if tidal waves hit New York, or if a cruise ship suddenly flips over and/or is attacked by a kraken. Unfortunately, by focusing on these impossible disasters, films have neglected even more impossible disasters. What … [Read the full story]

Professor Brown’s talking bulltish

I read an article by Professor Brown on Ozzie News recently and thought what a load of bulltish! He reminds me of the people who blame all their woes on God. If God wanted to punish us, he wouldn’t need misguided clerics to set up camps to train young men to blow themselves up! Think of … [Read the full story]

Eddie the Emu’s strange animal facts

It seems like an extreme tactic of impressing in the bedroom but some sea slugs cast off their penis after sex, a study has found. This unique behaviour sees them grow a new organ after at least three sessions in the sack and they can mate again within a day, Japanese experts told the Royal … [Read the full story]

Give me a good reason to have sex

Can you think of a good reason to have sex? Students at the University of Texas came up with 237 reasons when asked by researchers. The most popular was, “Because I was attracted to the person.” Less appealing was, “I wanted to get back at an ex.” by Susan Floyd

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