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The Brain Without Food
May 1st, 2016

As a cultural or religious practice, fasting has a long enough history some anthropologists might be tempted to think it has a biological or evolutionary basis.

The Great Debate
August 1st, 2008

A new generation’s rising, one who don’t like what they see. The clique of tech-enabled riot grrls have grown up with the world their mothers fought for — one where they could do anything. But while the doors of academia, politics and the workplace are now wide open for them, all isn’t well.


Making connections
March 27th, 2015

I Wish I Was Lonely had a rave review in TimeOut London, and Thorpe sounds as surprised as he is pleased that he and Walker are coming Perth to perform the show, but no matter how far they travel it remains all about connecting with people – genuinely rather than ironically, given the subject mater.

Outback Coast Region
May 1st, 2001

The Outback Coast is about as far north as you’d go if you want to avoid the stifling tropical summers of northern Western Australia.


Philip K Dick’s Last Chance
August 1st, 2006

Total Recall (1990) and Paycheck (2003) were both over-slick action films with star power that took the kernels of his profound ideas and drowned them in Hollywood politics.

Radiation and the mobile phone
November 6th, 2011

“Electromagnetic radiation causes increased risk of disease by causing DNA strand breaks,” says Dr Michael Wald, a director at US-based Integrated Medicine & Nutrition, “that’s what causes cancer.”






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June 22nd, 2016

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May 1st, 2016

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April 1st, 2016

Ghosts in the machine Spirits moaning in castle keeps and dragging chains across dusty attics ...
March 8th, 2016

Funbots How robots for fun and leisure will change the way we ...
February 7th, 2016

How robots for fun and leisure will change the way we ...


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