The decision to reject this delisting proposal has itself set an unfortunate precedent for Australia that it is now OK for politics, personal agendas, and nepotism to override science and due process.
Within a fairly short space of time, solar generated electricity will be fully cost competitive with coal-powered electricity.
Good research is better in the long run, and much cheaper for all of us, than convenient research, let alone pretentious rubbish.
From what I can tell the chemtrails conspiracy theory has its roots in the 90's when the US Air Force conducted some contingency planning surrounding the hypothetical weaponisation of weather.
One Abbott back bencher thinks we need a science minister and that our approach to science should be Strategic, Measured, Accurate, Realistic and Timed.
If we fail to significantly improve integration of ICT into the SDGs, those SDGs will fail like the businesses that are not using digital productivity are failing.
Where we've come from and what we think are now not so closely aligned. Globalisation has brought a world of ideas to our doorsteps.
The internet has become a far too important political development and, despite what is being said, governments increasingly want to control internet governance.
Social media and other forms of digital communication provide major portals through which we establish new tribes.
A new technology makes it easier to define oil reserves and chips away at the risks of peak oil.
People love a conspiracy. From political assassinations to the manipulation of national and global economies, supposed experts put forth theories that mysterious and powerful forces are always at work in the shadows.
Whilst I have no problems with unearthing the next big thing in popular culture, what would happen if we expanded the format to showcase emerging talents in the sciences, mathematics, engineering, medicine and the like?