Monthly Archives: April 2011

Thoughts for Anzac Day

It is perhaps timely on this Anzac Day to contemplate the deeper issues which arise in regards to war and the multitude of lives lost in the process of war. Intrinsically tied to the concept of war lie notions of … Continue reading

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Quantity or quality…a life measure

The results of a recent survey of female students aged 18 to 65 at British universities  has shown that almost one in three would be willing to die younger in exchange for the ‘ideal’ figure of the likes of model Kelly Brook … Continue reading

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Why the carbon tax is good regardless of its merits

I am not an environmental scientist, nor do I pretend to have any detailed understanding of the intricacies of global warming and the various solutions to combat it, however the recent position taken by the Federal Government on a “carbon … Continue reading

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