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By Biance Following previous blog posts about plastic in our world, this is a new video everyone should see and share. We are living in a world where everything is wrapped in plastic, quite often unnecessarily in tons of plastic. … Continue reading →
By Thomas I don`t know why exactly – maybe it is for no reason at all, maybe because it is “winter” here in Australia, or maybe because I came across the video below a few weeks back – but these … Continue reading →
By Tanja Over the course of the past few weeks I have been reading quite a lot about climate all over the news. El Nino and La Nina events have been mentioned on a few occasions. I was always fascinated … Continue reading →
By Eleanor Everyone loves a good asteroid impact… although preferably not on the Earth today anywhere near human civilisation. You’ve heard it all before – big explosion (Figure 1), shock waves, nuclear winter, mass extinctions, dying dinosaurs. Death and destruction, … Continue reading →
By Tanja So you may have heard talks about the Earth Physics group within the RSES. You may not know this, but you do know some of them! They allegedly show up at morning teas and student lunches. Also various … Continue reading →
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