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There's no legal queue. And three other facts Australians get wrong about asylum seekers

Despite extensive coverage of asylum seeker issues, Australians remain remarkably uninformed about the facts<p>Talking about refugees and asylum seekers in some circles can be a dubious endeavour. Before you know it, words like “illegals” and “queue jumpers” are ricocheting back at you, and you’re …

Human Rights

Fortune.com

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Print Media
Dave Grohl

Asteroid Day tries to save life as we know it

Scientists and astronauts launch appeal for infra-red telescope to detect objects that could bring catastrophe to Earth<p>It would be the end of the world as we know it. A relatively small lump of rock – a small asteroid, perhaps only a few hundred metres across – plunging to Earth would devastate a …

Asteroids

Elon Musk Says Tesla Model S ‘Range Anxiety’ Will End With A Software Update

Elon Musk has teased something big coming from Tesla this week – an end to ‘range anxiety.’ The Model S (and every other electric vehicle), Tesla’s current flagship, has been known to inspire so-called range anxiety, wherein a driver spends a lot of time worrying about when they’ll next be able to …

Tesla

History's Most Iconic Photos Recreated as Miniature Still Lifes

In 2012, in between commissioned magazine and advertising assignments, Switzerland-based photographers Jojakim Cortis and Adrian Sonderegger decided to have a little fun by recreating Andreas Gursky's outrageously pricy landscape shot <i>Rhein II</i> using a still life built completely in their studio. “It …

Miniature

40 years and counting: the team behind Voyager’s space odyssey

In 1977, Voyager 1 and 2 started their one-way journey across our galaxy, travelling a million miles a day. Jonathan Margolis meets the dedicated team keeping the craft moving<p>On a chilly March morning, Steve Howard, aged 65, is at work in his office on the northern edge of Pasadena, California. Two …

Space

Fragile Minds: Inside an Iranian Mental Hospital

The following images were taken in a central Tehran mental hospital between June and December 2012: Many patients in the<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Abbas …

Psychiatric Hospitals

China Shows Off Its Deadly New Cruise Missiles

DH-10 for a speedy 1100-pound delivery<p>A DH-10 land attack cruise missile (LACM) launches out of its canister, heading for parts unknown. Weighing about 1-1.5 tons (about the same size as the American Tomahawk cruise missile), it can be launched from land on a three missile transport erector launch …

Military
Engines

Ex Machina Review: Finally, an Artificial Intelligence Movie with Some Brains

Oscar Isaac and Domhnall Gleeson may be headed for the big spectacle of Star Wars, but their first sci-fi collaboration is refreshingly small and smart.<p>After a recent run of overly-hyped, but ultimately disappointing sci-fi efforts, fans of the genre finally have something worth getting excited …

Scarlett Johansson

Box office: 'Cinderella' enchants moviegoers

"Cinderella" brought her magic to the box office this weekend, debuting with a studio-estimated $70.1 million in the U.S. and Canada.<p>The Disney film edged ahead of the May 2014 release of "Maleficent," the spinoff of "Sleeping Beauty" that starred Angelina Jolie and debuted at $69.4 million. …