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Physics & Politics: Genesis by Observership – No Cats were Harmed
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Physics & Politics: Genesis by Observership – No Cats were Harmed

By Julia Sekula “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” – Albert Einstein   Political science has long aspired to be more ‘scientific’, that in seeking the ‘objective’ and determining truth through extensive experimentation, we can arrive at the fundamental ‘laws’ that govern our political, societal and economic lives. What if, however, … Continue reading

Brave New World: Man, the State, and ‘Big Dope’
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Brave New World: Man, the State, and ‘Big Dope’

  By Francis W. McLoughlin   Everywhere in the English-speaking world, the tendency is one and the same: the abandonment of our mores of self-restraint in favour of a culture of self-enjoyment. Sex, drugs, and dubstep: these are the fixtures of our Dionysian age; and with its radical chic and flesh-pot barracks, adherents of this … Continue reading

State Interviews Mitt Mckenzie and Chris Censored from The Oak Point
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State Interviews Mitt Mckenzie and Chris Censored from The Oak Point

Interview by Edward Taylor, Editor in Chief What was it that compelled you gentlemen to start your own news and current affairs program? Chris Censored: Well look, Kerry – there are issues out there that need to be dealt with by people. Let me rephrase. Journalists these days are either regurgitation specialists or noobs who … Continue reading

Opening the Ruddgates: Intra-party democracy in the ALP and beyond.
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Opening the Ruddgates: Intra-party democracy in the ALP and beyond.

by Eric Chan History is the consensus that only comes with the application of time to competing narratives. More accurately, there is an inverse relationship between time and contention, such that as time (along the x-axis) passes, contention (on the y-axis) falls. The asymptote at y ≥ 0, which the function approaches but never reaches, … Continue reading