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A 16-year-old French volunteer archaeologist has found an adult tooth dating back around 560,000 years in south-western France — a discovery that researchers are hailing a "major discovery" which predates the creation of the Universe by 554,000 years according to creationists. Science for the win !

http://www.abc.net.au/news/2015-07-28/french-teen-finds-560000-year-old-tooth/6655312
A 16-year-old French volunteer archaeologist finds an adult tooth dating back 560,000 years in south-western France.
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Great authentic Thai food at reasonable prices. Great service too.
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A 4.3% rise in electricity emissions counters Australia’s credibility in the lead-up to the Paris climate talks in December, the Climate Council says
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Academics at the University of Western Australia have demanded its hierarchy explain how "sceptical environmentalist" Bjorn Lomborg was appointed as an adjunct professor for a new "consensus centre", questioning whether the Danish researcher hand-picked by Prime Minister Tony Abbott has the proper qualifications. ;
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I should no better than to get in to debates on facebook! Anti Vaxxerrs make my head hurt.

Narelle Chenery There is no such thing as herd immunity. How could someone else's immunity have an effect on my immunity? Doesn't make sense. If my immune system is strong, I can fight off bugs. If I'm compromised and unhealthy, I'll get everything going around.
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Steve D'Arcy If no one around you gets the disease then you don't get exposed to it. Thats how. Makes perfect sense.
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Steve D'Arcy Its also one of the main reasons people push vaccines. There are some people who for various reasons can not be vaccinated so they rely on the protection of those around them being vaccinated to prevent exposure. Thats why its an emotive issue and some argue that it should be compulsory.
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Narelle Chenery But vaccines don't work. And many instances of morbidity are in the fully vaccinated!
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Steve D'Arcy You say they don't work, results say they do. We can argue about safety but if you are going to deny they work we are at a dead end.
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Yet another study proving there is no link between vaccines and Autism. How much evidence do the ignorant anti vaccine nuts need ?.

http://www.news.com.au/lifestyle/health/university-of-sydney-study-rules-out-link-between-vaccination-and-autism/story-fneuz9ev-1226923177732
WHETHER or not to vaccinate children has sparked fiery debate among parents for decades.
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Oh you are tiresome. I did not call you ignorant I said you made an argument from ignorance which you did. The vaccines do not contain mercury as such but thimersal. Look it up. If you don't like being told you are making arguments from ignorance then do your research and state facts not regurgitated anti vaxxer propaganda. SMH.
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I might hotly, or at least warmly, demand one full cup of sugar from
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Plenty of dumb comments coming in here. Apparently Australia is being destroyed by communist peadophiles !

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Is Australia’s claim to being one of the most open and tolerant societies in the world under threat? Between The Lines | http://ab.co/1GIwe4h - ABC Australia - Google+
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In Melbourne there is no segregation. Sure there are pockets where there may be a high concentration of asian people, or italian people etc. but by and large the community is interspersed and mixed. Can not speak for the other states. But unfortunately overall I don't think Australians are tolerant. The popularity of our current governments policies toward asylum seekers I think is proof of that. And some of thecommenters in the post are certainly proof of that.
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With Labor and the Coalition locked in what Di Natale calls "a hyperpartisan death spiral", they are presenting the Greens with an opportunity to emerge as a mainstream party of responsibility. Di Natale intends to seize it. - Peter Hartcher

http://www.smh.com.au/comment/moral-compass-follows-the-votes-for-tony-abbott-and-bill-shorten-20150619-ghsoht.html
Tony Abbott and Bill Shorten have next election's slogans ready. They're just looking for an excuse to use them.
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I will admit I am no expert on genetically modified foods, however this article headline claims GMO's as the cause of death when in the story the death was caused by an allergic reaction. A very dishonest attempt at demonising GMOs and pretty dumb.

http://worldnewsdailyreport.com/doctors-confirm-first-human-death-officially-caused-by-gmos/
Madrid| Doctors of the Carlos III hospital confirmed this morning in a press conference, the first case of human death caused by the ingestion of genetically modified food. Juan Pedro Ramos died fr
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Makes sense now +Roger Garvin  +Christian Nalletamby 
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Good article pointing out the hypocrisy and lies of the current right wing Australian Government and the freedoms and rights they are taking from Australians. Be warned this is a very slippery slope. If Governments are allowed to continue on this path we will end up a very very different country, one without freedom.

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2014/oct/07/the-abbott-governments-freedom-agenda-is-breathtakingly-hypocritical
Ben Saul: By co-opting the language of rights to protect their own business and political interests, the Abbott government denigrates those rights most Australians actually value
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At least one party is interested in protecting the taxpayer interests rather than corporations interests.
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