So much of what I read is biased in this way or that, and I find I have to wade through the exaggeration to get to the point.
We have been told that Sweden has become a cautionary tale and does not qualify as a model that Australia ought to pay attention to, nevermind follow.
Having an opinion about climate change, let alone declaring it, is now the centre of personal, political and international disputes.
The discussion about mining the Moon resembles that of previous conquests: the division of territory; the grabbing of resources; language of theft and plunder.
As long as a blockchain is in existence, it clashes with the European ruling that people have the right to retract data.
Now, big and bold, the likes of Google, Apple, Amazon and Facebook look at the globe as theirs, and theirs alone, to be divided in the manner that Spain and Portugal divvied the New World between them at the Treaty of Tordesillas in 1494.
The threats to world order are climate change and the coronavirus, not nuclear fission. The fear of nuclear energy should be exorcised.
The book also counters many of the Gospel and secular truths that many people hold. Income inequality for example is not that bad.
According to a number of studies over the past decade, we may have become so enamoured with emotional over-reaction that we're permanently changing the way our brains work.
The seized accounts were duly used to spread some fun in what transpired to be cryptocurrency scam centred on a Bitcoin account.
...... turning an inconsequential scientific ‘comment’ into something far more significant than what it actually is.
Herd immunity, as a policy, would involve easing off risk and preventive measures