Oh dear. The world really is conspiring against me. I woke this morning to the news that Boris Johnson has hired Tony Abbott as a Brexit trade advisor. This is … Continue reading The end is near!
I feel like having a bit of a rant about a few things so if you don’t like that kind of thing then feel free to stop reading. Zips. They’re always getting … Continue reading Rants: Zips, Tony Abbott, and wills
Tony Abbott is having a tough time. The Indonesians are not doing what they are told, the people smugglers are not doing what they are told and the weather is … Continue reading It’s not easy being PM
Australian politics has become so extreme that it is now bordering on funny. Australians have shamelessly elected someone who not only thinks coal and cars are king but who also … Continue reading Women and scientists threats to society
It’s no surprise that I am not a fan of Australia’s new Prime Minister. In particular, I disagree with his views on climate change but here I want to write … Continue reading Australians say no to rail
A little while ago I wrote a post titled Should politicians choose what research to fund? This was based on news from America that a Republican Representative was attempting to install … Continue reading Australia’s anti-science government
I’ve been wanting to write about this for sometime and now seems like an appropriate one with Australians looking like they’re about to elect an anti-science government determined to dig … Continue reading The case for a Sovereign Wealth Fund
In less than a week, Australians will vote for their choice of prime minister in a federal election. I have always been interested in fairness but where voting is concerned, … Continue reading Fairness in voting