OUR CRANKY SUN THREATENS TO MESS UP YOUR DAY
If your electronic devices and the Internet start playing up in the coming weeks, it may have nothing to do with the manufacturer or your service provider. Instead, it may be a message from above. Our Sun is particularly cranky at the moment, and we donít really know why.
TEACHING OUR ENDANGERED ANIMALS TO FEAR PREDATORS Ö AGAIN
Across Australia endangered species are being nursed back from the brink, protected in Ark-like enclosed reserves. In many cases there is great optimism in the results being achieved, but there is a nagging concern with all these projects Ė and that involves releasing the animals back into the wild.
THE FUTURE OF SWEAT & THE SCIENCE OF DEODORANTS
Sweating off the heat is a part of most peopleís days and something we probably do without really giving it much thought. Certainly, though, we donít want to become stinky social outcasts, and that morning splash of underarm deodorant is important so we donít draw attention to ourselves for all the wrong reasons.
AN OCEAN OF TROUBLE Ė PLASTIC HITCHHIKERS
Most of us have concerns about the slurry of plastic that is churning around in our oceans, and choking marine life and polluting our shorelines. But now comes a new threat, with previously land-based diseases hitching a ride on plastic pollution and ultimately infecting seafood.