Plastic in all its various forms has transformed our world.
While it’s virtually impossible to be certain even about the exact details of the past, it is completely impossible to be certain about the future.
Electric vehicles may be the next big thing, but the ALP's policy will do little to help the environment and will do more to waste taxpayers money and hurt consumers.
Like many of President Vladimir Putin's projects, tackling the internet has all the elements of the improbable, the boastful and the grandly quixotic.
Any time the censor steps in as defender of morality and safety citizens should be alarmed. Such attitudes are precisely the sorts of things that empty libraries and lead to the burning of books.
The fear is that if you don't act, the sky will fall. The guilt is that your behavior is part of how humans are destroying the planet.
The race combines disdain for cost with leading edge technology so has to be at one of the pinnacles of windpower.
The Prime Minister has been able to count on supporters who see privacy as dispensable and security needs as unimpeachable.
Geo-engineering: acting in ignorance of the consequences.
Of course, the climate system is driven by the sun, but even if the solar forcing were constant, the climate would still vary.
The European Union has already taken up the matter, fining Google $5 billion for antitrust violations relating to its Android market dominance.
The converse is claimed to be true: that concentration, oligopolistic power, and strings pulled by a few players is the way to keep innovation alive.