Antarctic Rainforest

Antarctic rainforest found, according to BBC News and ScienceDaily 1 April 2020, and Nature 2 April 2020, doi: 10.1038/s41586-020-2148-5. A team of scientists from Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI), Germany and the British Antarctic Survey (BAS) have examined a core of rock from West Antarctica, approximately 900km from the South Pole and found it contained fossilised […]

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Church Lockdowns and Batavia, Editorial 14 May 2020

For those of you complaining about Covid-19 Church lockdowns, perhaps you need to compare your situation with the survivors of a shipwreck living on what they called Batavia’s Graveyard (now Beacon Island Western Australia) which is part of the Houtman Albrohos Islands. Faithful Christian Worshippers found themselves in what would be Australia’s first church lockdown. […]

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Truth is Always Simple, Editorial 6 May 2020

Truth is always simple – it’s lies that get complicated. Someone asked me how many atheists I’ve met so I told him I haven’t met any atheists, just a lot of liars! God is dogmatic that we all know and we all understand and none of us have any excuse (Romans 1:20). It’s a simple […]

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Jellyfish are Ecosystem Engineers

Jellyfish are ecosystem engineers reported in Hakai Magazine 19 February 2020 and bioRxiv 8 November 2019, doi.org/10.1101/784173. Tides and winds keep water flowing in most coastal regions, but in some sheltered areas among mangroves, tides and winds may not penetrate enough to keep the water moving. Scientists at University of South Florida who were studying […]

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Ghosts Linked Human Ancestors

Ghosts linked human ancestors, according reports in BBC News 14 February 2020, Science (AAAS) News 20 February 2020, and Science Advances 12 February 2020, 10.1126/sciadv.aax5097, and Science Advances 20 February 2020, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aay5483. The genome revolution of the last two decades has enabled scientists to analyse whole genomes of people from many living human populations. […]

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Coronavirus and UK Society

Violence Goes Viral in UK From Joseph Hubbard, at the time he was flying from Chicago to UK before total lockdown. My asthmatic mumhas been under isolation with Coronavirus during the past month. She has just finished quarantine and went shopping for goods desperately needed for my grandparents who are in lockdown, as well as […]

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Coronavirus, Climate & Church Closures, Editorial 1 April 2020

Corona-tion of the world hides biggest climate change to date, and almost annihilates climate reports. So, you too missed reports about last week’s Antarctic heat wave of 9 degrees being the warmest on record? Note well the same calls for global government, spy satellites and injected computer chips to manage the planet are increasing, by […]

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Biggest Giant Turtle

Biggest giant turtle found, according to reports in Science (AAAS) News and ScienceDaily 12 February 2020, and Science Advances 12 February 2020, doi: 10.1126/sciadv.aay4593.  Palaeontologists in South America have studied fossilised shells and jaws of a huge extinct turtle with the splendid name Stupendemys geographicus.  The largest shell is 2.4 metres (7.9ft) long, making it […]

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Time to Take SETI Seriously

Time to take SETI seriously, claim top astronomers, according to BBC News 15 February 2020.  SETI is the Search for Extra-Terrestrial Intelligence, a project which began in the 1980s but has not produced any positive results.  According to Anthony Beasley, director of US National Radio Astronomy Observatory claims it is “time for Seti to come […]

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Possum Pollination

Possum pollination found, as described in Science (AAAS) News and ScienceDaily 12 February 2020, In Defense of Plants 16 February 2020, and Ecology, 11 February 2020; doi: 10.1002/ecy.3001.  Scientists in South America have studied an obscure plant named Scybalium fungiforme, that lives most of its life underground as root parasite, but does produce flowers that […]

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