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Hold on tight - the fourth industrial revolution may have already arrived.
Hold on tight the fourth industrial revolution may have already arrived

The Fourth Industrial Revolution

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05/24/2017 at 06:00. Facebook
The burgeoning field of "sentiment analysis."
The burgeoning field of "sentiment analysis"

How the internet knows if you're happy or sad

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05/24/2017 at 04:05. Facebook
They're notoriously difficult to spot, so these birdwatchers did the next best thing. They believe they've recorded the calls of the night parrot.
Theyre notoriously difficult to spot so these birdwatchers did the next best

'Probable' night parrot found in Central Australia thanks to audio recordings

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05/24/2017 at 02:15. Facebook
Predation and habitat loss mean this shy species has lost 99 per cent of its original range.
Predation and habitat loss mean this shy species has lost 99 per

Red-tailed phascogale given sanctuary lifeline

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Should you re-heat that Thai take-away in a plastic container?
Chemicals that might disrupt our hormones are everywhere. But are they a problem?
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Kyle Neal
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"It's estimated that by 2050, there will be more plastic than fish in our oceans." - Craig Reucassel dives underwater to discover the shocking amount of plastic waste that ends up in our oceans. #WarOnWasteAU
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Focus on the negative, suppress your feelings and dwell on the past - positive affirmations make us unhappy, says psychologist Svend Brinkmann.
Focus on the negative suppress your feelings and dwell on the past

Resisting the cult of self-improvement

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Radio bursts from halfway across the universe could help us weigh the universe and detect dark matter. Go the SKA!
Radio bursts from halfway across the universe could help us weigh the

WA telescope could shed new light on mystery space signals

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05/22/2017 at 07:08. Facebook
Chunky shoes and fat stripy socks. According to the science of neuroaesthetics this fashion statement is a winner.
Chunky shoes and fat stripy socks According to the science of neuroaesthetics

05 | Chunky shoes, stripy socks

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05/22/2017 at 03:00. Facebook
It's official: the Hillary Step is no more
It's official: the Hillary Step is no more

Mount Everest's famed Hillary Step collapses

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Larry Forbes
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05/22/2017 at 00:59. Facebook
"Why are we trying to do something about microbeads? Why are we trying to do something about bags? Why are we trying to do something about bottles and not doing something about the most abundant form of material we find in the ocean?"
Why are we trying to do something about microbeads Why are we

Microfibres from the clothes we wear are polluting oceans

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Niki Harley
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05/19/2017 at 23:04. Facebook
Our modern lives are drenched in chemicals, some of which can mimic hormones in our body's endocrine system.
Our modern lives are drenched in chemicals some of which can mimic

Is your home making you sick?

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Kirsten Romeo
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05/19/2017 at 05:00. Facebook
"I'm just always of the opinion that they seem to turn up when the water temperature gets below 17 degrees and it was just below that."
Im just always of the opinion that they seem to turn up

Cuttlefish romance heats up early as sea cools

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05/19/2017 at 00:58. Facebook
In the emerging field of nutritional psychiatry, the evidence is now building that particular foods could have a significant influence on our mental health—particularly depression.
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The food-mood connection

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05/18/2017 at 23:46. Facebook
These leftover shells are being used to build new reefs. [ Ab.co Link ] #WarOnWasteAU
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05/18/2017 at 23:39. Facebook
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05/18/2017 at 07:30. Facebook
One expert reckons we ought to resist the idea we need to be constantly happier and healthier
One expert reckons we ought to resist the idea we need to

Stand Firm: resisting the cult of self-improvement

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