Aussies stranded overseas by pandemic

There are still more than 25,000 Australians stranded overseas as of 15 September 2020. For some reason we, a wealthy first-world country, can’t seem to get them home, even if they pay for the trip themselves and pay for quarantine when they arrive. ( The Philippines has repatriated about 140,000 … Continue reading

How low can it go in the US?

I was just reading a New York Times article about a black woman fatally shot eight times by a Louisville police officer using a “No-Knock Warrant”. This happened more than three months ago. So far none of the three police involved have been charged over the matter. “The police’s incident … Continue reading

Do hydrogen powered vehicles have a future in Australia?

To discuss the future of hydrogen powered vehicles in Australia I think it’s quite pertinent to look at the current status of electric vehicles here. Our Australian federal government has, until recently, shown complete disinterest in electric vehicles. That’s changed now, but not in a positive way. The government has … Continue reading