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Scientists Just Revealed What May Be The Biggest Dinosaur Footprint Ever Found

The Huffington Post | Nina Golgowski | Posted 03.27.2017 | World

Scientists in Australia have announced the discovery of what’s believed to be the world’s largest dinosaur footprint, measuring 5 feet, 7 inches l...

Random Sunsets Around the World - Part 8, Australia and Canada - Sinking Low on the Looney Front

Mike Arkus | Posted 01.15.2017 | Travel
Mike Arkus

The final blog in the current series on sunsets focusses on two (former British) commonwealths, Australia and Canada, again both the setting orb itsel...

Fie on Fear & Season's Greetings

Paula Gordon | Posted 12.25.2016 | Good News
Paula Gordon

Fear of strangers has no place in Markus' vision of the world. Anything but reckless, he is in fact counting on human kindness. He also rejoices that his muscles alone will power him for ±1,800 days through every conceivable environment.

Another Deadly Snake Species Discovered In Australia

The Huffington Post | Dominique Mosbergen | Posted 09.29.2015 | Science

Scientists say they’ve discovered a new species of deadly snake in Australia: the Kimberley death adder. The snake is named for the remote region of...

Charles Darwin and the SunMine

Paula Gordon | Posted 01.14.2015 | Good News
Paula Gordon

The problem seems to be that all three (reviewer included) adopt an essentially Newtonian perspective: discover the problem(s); figure out how to fix the problem(s); implement the solution(s). Mostly it's the implementation part which is the obstacle.

Diary of a None Too Happy Camper: Camping Down Under on The Looney Front

Mike Arkus | Posted 05.04.2014 | Travel
Mike Arkus

I'm not a fan of organized tours or camping. But when you're in hyper-expensive Australia, unwilling to waste zillions on a 4X4, a camping tour of The Kimberley, one of Western Australia's premier sights, may be your best bet.

Finding America's Past In Australia's Present

James Moore | Posted 07.22.2012 | Travel
James Moore

Australia presents itself to outsiders like a gigantic national park with gleaming cities along its perimeter.