Word of the day


Pareidolia – the tendency for perception to impose a meaningful interpretation on a nebulous stimulus, usually visual, so that one sees an object, pattern, or meaning where there is none; the tendency to perceive a specific, often meaningful image in a random or ambiguous visual pattern; the illusory perception of meaningful patterns or images of familiar things in random or amorphous data, as a face seen on the moon.

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Better to fix problems on ground


Climate alarmists are inducing panic.

That suits their anti-capitalist political agenda but it doesn’t solve any problems and their policies would cause more – leaving us colder, hungrier and poorer.

Bjorn Lomborg and Andy Revkin explain it would do far more good to fix problems on the ground rather than in the air:



Present need not past injustice


The worst of all the  damage this government has done,  and is continuing to do, to the country is racial privilege and division.

Creating victims in the present and future because of what happened in the past, creates more problems for them and for the rest of us.

Compensation for  past wrongs is fair and just. Political and economic privilege for a few because of past wrongs is not.

Policies to help people must be based on what is needed now, not past injustices.

Casey Costello explains why we must all be treated equally and that the government has a role in  providing equal opportunity but not equal outcomes.

Interesting that this is on Australian television.

Would local broadcasters give air time to these views?

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