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The zip-line ride will operate at an introductory cost of $59 per person and will include photos of the experience emailed directly to participants. The bridge climb will also be priced similarly and a virtual reality experience is under development that will be open to all ages.

Thrill-seekers will ‘zip’ at up to 100 km/h from the launch platform along 400-metre-long dual cables, extending from the western wishbone of the bridge structure, across the Swan River, to the landing platform located in scenic Burswood Park.

The bridge climb is a 314-step trek up the bridge’s main arch, ascending about 70 metres to the ‘sky view’ platform. Package experiences combining both the climb and zip-line will also be available.
This new experience is only possible, thanks to the efforts of WA’s manufacturing industry in completing the bridge work locally. 

Marketed as Matagarup Zip+Climb, the adventure activities will be operated by the West Australian company Perth Bridge Climb and Zip Pty Ltd.

Local company Byte Construct installed the zip-line cables this week with the ‘sky-view’ and zip line platforms under construction within the bridge arches.
A second stage of activities is also under consideration, including an all-ages climbing frame located near the zip-line landing platform within Burswood Park to attract people to this scenic precinct.

Thrill seekers can now register to ride the new Matagarup Bridge zip-line when it opens this summer by visiting: www.zipclimb.com.au











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changes to create two new unique tourism opportunities - a bridge climb and a zipline.

Today Labour announced that works to enable those activities are now underway, and they are set to open early next year.

Thrill-seekers will travel up to 100 km/h from the launch platform along cables extending from the western wishbone of the bridge structure, across the Swan River to the landing platform.

The bridge climb will include a 314-step trek up the bridge’s main arch, ascending about 70 metres to the ‘sky view’ platform. People will have the option of combining both the climb and zip-line experiences.

WA company Byte Construct are now installing the ‘sky-view’ platform, zip-line launch and landing platform, as well as enhanced safety systems and lighting to extend activities into the night.

This innovative opportunity will allow more people to experience what the bridge and surrounding precinct has to offer




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    Perth's urban sprawl is already massive, but will it get any bigger?






    Perth's metropolitan footprint stretches along 150 kilometres of coast.(Supplied: NASA)

    With a population of two million people living along a 150 kilometre stretch of pristine coastline, Perth has one of the largest urban sprawls in the country.

    On a good day, it would take two hours to drive from one end of the metropolis to the other — from Two Rocks in the north to Dawesville in the south.

    Perth is also experiencing a huge land sale boom unmatched by any other Australian city.

    The quick uptake of tens of thousands of dollars in government COVID-19 economic recovery bonuses for new homebuyers and builders mean an estimated 17,000 extra homes will be built in Perth this financial year.

    But where will all these people live? The answer is nowhere near St Georges Terrace in the city's CBD.




    COVID-19 economic recovery payments spurred Ben Gregory to buy a block of land at Honeywood estate, 33 kilometres south of Perth.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Ben Gregory, 23, had been looking to build a home long before he was able to sink $55,000 of government stimulus cash into his first home.

    In the manic rush triggered by the announcement of the State Government's Building Bonus grant and the Commonwealth's HomeBuilder grant, he purchased a block at Honeywood estate, about 33 kilometres south of central Perth.


    "The websites weren't updating as fast enough as the blocks were selling," he said.

    "Nothing was entirely accurate at that point; you just had to guess and then go and see if the sign on the block said sold.

    "People were just ringing up and saying 'I'll have that one' not even looking at them.

    "It was probably the quickest amount of time I'd spent $300,000."



    A first homebuyer in Western Australia could claim up to $55,000 in grants this year.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Mr Gregory said the availability of land was one of the main deciding factors for buying in Honeywood.

    "I didn't want to miss out on land because if you don't get the land, you don't have a house and then you don't get your benefit," he said.

    "A lot of my life is based around the city and just south of, so I wanted to get down close to this area."


    Perth is lagging far behind on its urban infill target of 47 per cent by 2031.(Supplied: NASA)

    While the new sub-division exists within an otherwise semi-rural setting, Mr Gregory said he was happy with the level of infrastructure available.

    "It would be really good if the train station came down a bit closer," he said.

    "Typically younger people want to be close to the city.

    "But I think (due to the grants) we're going to find in a lot of these areas where younger people wouldn't typically build in, you're now going to be getting younger homeowners mixed in."
    Perth's biggest ever land boom

    After years of downturn in the property market, more blocks of land were sold in Perth than ever before, with 3,322 lots going in just four weeks.


    WA recorded a record number of land sales following the introduction of home building incentives.(Supplied: Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage)

    "Literally within the first two weeks of the stimulus measures coming into play, we saw a dramatic spike up to almost 1,000 lot sales in the first week, which is just absolutely phenomenal," Urban Development Institute of Australia chief executive Tanya Steinbeck said.

    The bulk of those sales were concentrated in far-reaching suburbs like Ellenbrook and Alkimos.

    Just 19 were located in the central metro region.

    Ms Steinbeck said the tight construction turnaround required for people to access the grants meant the development of vacant lots in the inner-city region was all but off the table.

    "The house and land products you would get in a greenfields environment is quicker and easier to deliver than what a lot of infill sites are," she said.

    "There are more constraints from a land perspective and neighbours and approval processes with local government authorities in an infill context."


    Planning experts say the grants expedited the delivery of new housing developments across the Perth metro area.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Despite that, Ms Steinbeck said she did not think the building bonuses encouraged urban sprawl, rather it simply expedited the sale of new land.

    "All they're doing is selling existing stock and then pressing buttons on new stages within a development that perhaps they wouldn't have done for another 12 months," she said.
    Has the pandemic triggered 'suburban' sprawl?

    Curtin University urban planning lecturer Dr Courtney Babb said he believed a shift towards working from home favoured suburban living.

    "Over a long period of time, it might change the dynamics about where people decide to buy a house," he said.

    "They might trade off a longer commute for a more affordable home if they can work from home for a couple of days a week."


    The $1 billion Northlink project services outer-suburban communities like Ellenbrook and Aveley with Perth's CBD via a new freeway.(Supplied: Main Roads WA)

    His university colleague Dr Shane Greive, who specialises in property research, said he believed the pandemic could spook people into reconsidering high-density living.

    "People come into their buildings and they're like 'okay, I've got to press a button, the same button that everybody else pressed," he said.

    "I've got to walk into in a little box, the elevator, where another 300 people have gone up, and they scratch their heads going 'is this what I wanted?'.


    There's a push for more automation in public or shared spaces in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    "We've been pushing urban consolidation, but consolidation links with public transport, it links with high density living — and now there's a question mark over that."

    Some are predicting a post-pandemic migration from the city to quieter, smaller regional areas.

    Dr Babb said the government's fast tracking of several big ticket transport projects in the hope of steering the economy through COVID-19 would encourage sprawl.

    "You'll have these longer-term structural changes of people choosing to live a little bit further out because there's a great road network that can get them to where they want quite quickly," he said.


    Land clearing has begun to make way for a new passenger rail line to Yanchep, 55 kilometres north of Perth's CBD.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Each of the passenger rail extensions proposed for Perth in the near future also have an adjacent freeway upgrade component.

    "If you've got a road that takes 25 minutes to get into the city and a train that takes 25 minutes, a lot of people in Perth will still choose to drive," Dr Babb said.

    "So that's going to have longer term effects on where people choose to live."
    Why do we have such a huge suburban sprawl?

    The simple answer is because the homes in the outer suburbs are cheaper.

    "The further out you go, the more affordable it becomes," said Ms Steinbeck.

    Dr Greive said that was attractive particularly to first homebuyers.

    "If there were affordable apartments in central locations near train stations, together with good quality schools and other family-friendly amenities, would first home buyers prefer these over buying on the outer fringe?" he said.


    A coastal housing sub-division in Eglinton, 51 kilometres north of Perth.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Ms Steinbeck said the city's linear coastline was a huge drawcard.

    "It's the lifestyle, it's the access to the beach," she said.

    "It's no surprise that when we look at how Perth has developed over time, there's a concentration of people right along the coastline.

    "It's a fascinating conversation to have about if we started from scratch, would we still put the Perth CBD in the same location? Or would it be somewhere else?"


    An estimated 17,000 new homes will be built in Perth this financial year.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Dr Greive said the design of outer-suburban neighbourhoods left a lot to be desired.

    "I see houses without any room for trees, where the back door is just off hitting the back fence," he said.

    "I'm unwilling to accept that as anything called sustainability.

    "So then I'm asking what is on offer? And I do think it's affordability."


    Perth's best-value land is promised at a housing estate in Two Rocks, 65 kilometres north of the CBD.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Perth is also lagging far behind on its urban infill target of 47 per cent by 2031.

    Ms Steinbeck said a resistance to building up in some of Perth's wealthier established suburbs made inner-city living more expensive and drove people to the outer suburbs.

    "You've got people on 800-square-metre lots with massive five, six-bedroom houses," she said.

    "You cannot deliver a higher density product with the land value as it is.

    "What we need to see is greater diversity in terms of one and two-bedroom products, which would get the price point down to an affordable level for people to be able to live in those infill suburbs."
    But wait, is sprawl a bad thing?

    Not necessarily.

    Ms Steinbeck said the cost of building infrastructure to service those far-reaching areas was enormous.

    "When people are looking for a location to buy in, it's all about the surrounding amenity like public transport, access to health facilities, access to retail and cafes — the culture of the place," she said.

    "If you're developing greenfield lands, one of the challenges is making that feel like a community when it's going to take a little while for the infrastructure to catch up.

    "I think it's a bit of chicken (and) the egg, right? But equally, it can go the other way as well, where you can build a new land estate and you may have to wait ten years before the infrastructure catches up."
    Urban Development Institute of Australia chief executive Tanya Steinbeck says people are usually looking for access to public transport, health facilites, retail and cafes.(ABC News: Benjamin Gubana)

    Ray Haeran, the planning director of urban planning firm URBIS, said a well-designed city had a balance of quality high to medium-density infill and suburbia.

    He said for many families it was a lifestyle choice to live in the suburbs, where blocks are spacious.

    "It ultimately will come down to what consumers prefer," he said.

    "What you're seeing is that there are people who are prepared to forego that proximity of the city and go out to the 'burbs.

    "It's more about making sure that that's not a forced requirement."
    The community of Ellenbrook is about 30 kilometres from Perth's CBD and is home to almost 50,000 people.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    URBIS property economics director David Cresp said the further development of major centres outside of the CBD, like Joondalup, Midland and Mandurah would help strike a healthy balance.

    "I think for a long time in Perth, we've been quite CBD centric," he said.

    "I think if Perth continues to grow, we will start to have other strong regional centres become even stronger.

    "A lot of people in Alkimos, for example, not surprisingly don't work in the CBD.

    "They work in Joondalup, they work FIFO, they have jobs in that north-west corridor."
    So will the sprawl get bigger?

    According to current estimates, it would take 33 years to build on all of the vacant land earmarked for development in the Perth metropolitan area.








    These homes in Two Rocks are at the northernmost tip of the Perth metropolitan area. The land beyond the suburb is also earmarked for development.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    But Mr Cresp said he doesn't believe COVID-19 will extend the sprawl any further than already planned.

    "Yes we're seeing a land boom, we've opened up the door to some people that wouldn't have bought and we've brought a lot of demand forward," he said.

    "But has it changed where people are going to live? No.

    "There is a higher likelihood that a first-time buyer is going to buy in a suburban area due to affordability reasons anyway.

    "The people that wanted to buy in inner city areas still have got that option, they can still buy infill, there is still plenty of availability in apartments.


    "It hasn't fundamentally changed the make up of the city, I don't think."
    The developers of this sub-division 65 kilometres north of Perth's CBD say it contains the best-value land available in the city.(ABC News: Gian De Poloni)

    Mr Haeren said he does not think the pandemic has disrupted the need for infill in our cities.

    "The reality is there is no evidence or basis to suggest that density and COVID are intrinsically linked within a contemporary Australian society," he said.

    "If you're in the slums of Mumbai, yes, it will have an intrinsic impact on how COVID is spread but within our Australian society, it's not going to have any impact.

    "I don't think that there's any basis for it being a reason for not continuing quality planning around having good quality density in locations that can support it."




















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    posted 24 Aug 2020, 22:12 by Happi Mess   [ updated 20 Sep 2020, 20:38 ]

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    British historian and author Dominic Sandbrook’s Daily Mail column published Saturday questions whether the UK and most of the rest of the world correctly handled the COVID-19 pandemic after returning from a vacation in Sweden.

    Noting that the Swedes never locked down their country, mandated masks, closed schools, shuttered businesses or canceled sporting events during the height of the pandemic earlier this summer, he wrote that citizens of the Scandinavian country were currently “living in glorious normalcy” mask-free and devoid of social distancing.

    In fact, the country seems to have nearly emerged from coronavirus altogether.

    “On August 3, the day we arrived in Stockholm, just one Swedish person was reported to have died of Covid-19. The next day’s death toll was three. The following day’s was 13; then it was down to six,” Sandbrook wrote.

    “According to Sebastian Rushworth, an American-born doctor in a Stockholm A&E department, he hasn’t seen a single Covid-19 patient in a month: ‘Basically,’ he writes, ‘Covid is in all practical senses over and done within Sweden.’ So should Britain have followed the Swedish example?” Sandbrook asked.


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    After noting that Britain is more densely populated that Sweden and that some form of lockdown may have been required early on, “in every other respect, though, I think the comparison shows us in an almost embarrassing light.”

    Sandbrook notes that during the first three months of the pandemic, the Swedish economy slumped 9 percent or less than half that of Britain’s economy. He also pointed out that while the UK closed schools, shops, and “cultural life,” Sweden took none of those actions and implemented only “some sensible restrictions.”

    “At the top, the difference could hardly be more glaring. Sweden’s scientists drew up a plan, and their government calmly followed it,” he wrote.

    And though Sweden was mightily criticized by countries throughout Europe and the West, its chief health official, epidemiologist Anders Tegnell, stayed the course.

    “Again and again he repeated that there was no point in panicking, no point in making crowd-pleasing gestures and no point in committing economic suicide,” Sandbrook wrote. “Contrast that with Britain’s politicians, floundering around like drunkards at closing time, flip-flopping on policy and constantly being dragged into ever more stringent measures to appease the public hysteria.”

    Actions taken by American governors and mayors mirrored those of the British government, and for the same reason, generally — in reaction to public fears that the virus was something akin to the 1918 Spanish flu which killed tens of millions worldwide.

    But COVID-19, it turns out, is nothing close to being that virulent or lethal. Yet, lockdowns, school closures, and shuttering of “non-essential” businesses like gyms and restaurants continue around the country as mostly Democratic leaders continue to place restrictions on their states and cities.

    Sandbrook went on to describe the cultural environment in Sweden:


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    The contrast struck me almost immediately at the supermarket. Usually the sky-high Scandinavian prices leave me wincing in anguish.

    But this time I barely noticed them, too busy enjoying the lack of queues outside the shop, the absence of masks and the generally relaxed atmosphere.

    Nobody recoiled in horror when our trolley came within five metres of them. Nor did people shrink in terror when another shopper appeared in the aisle, as is the norm in British supermarkets these days.

    That set the tone for the next two weeks. For the Swedes, summer life has carried on as normal. Perhaps people give strangers a little more distance than they usually would — but so sensibly, so discreetly, that you barely noticed.

    When we went kayaking in the gorgeous Stockholm archipelago, the guide told us that he was fully booked at weekends, even though foreign tourist numbers had plummeted.

    Sandbrook also said that most Swedes he spoke to — they “speak excellent English” — gave nearly identical answers when questioned about the COVID-19 and the manner in which their leaders handled it.

    “Yes, they were sorry that the virus had got into their [elder] care homes. But without exception, the Swedes were glad to have escaped lockdown,” he wrote.

    Based on Sweden’s example, the British author and historian is adamant about what his country ought to do immediately: End lockdowns, open up for business and move on.

    “For too long we’ve been ruled by paranoia. But economic logic and sheer common sense dictate that we can’t remain paralysed for a minute longer,” Sandbrook noted. “The priority now must be to restart the engines of enterprise and rebuild the economy. Life always involves an element of risk, and as long as we’re sensible, we need to get back to normal and free ourselves from our national funk.

    “It’s time we got back to work.”







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    IT'S ALL HAPPENING AS WE SPEAK
    More than a hundred years ago, Rudolf Steiner wrote the following:


    " In the future, we will eliminate the soul with medicine. Under the pretext of a 'healthy point of view',
    there will be a vaccine by which the human body will be treated as soon as possible directly at birth,
    so that the human being cannot develop the thought of the existence of soul and Spirit.

    To materialistic doctors, will be entrusted with the task of removing the soul of humanity.
    As today, people are vaccinated against this disease or disease, so in the future,
    children will be vaccinated with a substance that can be produced precisely in such a way that people,
    thanks to this vaccination, will be immune to being subjected to the "madness" of spiritual life.
    He would be extremely smart, but he would not develop a conscience, and that is the true goal of some materialistic circles.

    With such a vaccine, you can easily make the etheric body loose in the physical body. 
    Once the etheric body is detached, the relationship between the universe and the etheric body 
    would become extremely unstable, and man would become an automaton, for the physical body 
    of man must be polished on this Earth by spiritual will. So, the vaccine becomes 
    a kind of arymanique force; man can no longer get rid of a given materialistic feeling. 
    He becomes materialistic of constitution and can no longer rise to the spiritual ".


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    Partygoers pack Wuhan water park

    posted 17 Aug 2020, 18:40 by Happi Mess   [ updated 17 Aug 2020, 20:43 ]



    China partygoers cram into Wuhan water park




    The Wuhan Maya Beach Water Park is offering half price discounts for female visitors

    Thousands of partygoers packed out a water park over the weekend in the central Chinese city of Wuhan, where the coronavirus first emerged late last year, keen to party as the city edges back to normal life.




    None of the tightly-packed partygoers were seen to be wearing face masks

    The popular Wuhan Maya Beach Water Park was filled with people frolicking in swimsuits and goggles for an electronic music festival, many perched on rubber dinghies or wading up to their chest in water.A performer in a stage show at the front of the water waved at the crowd, packed close and waving their arms back

    The water park reopened in June after Wuhan gradually opened up after a 76-day lockdown and strict restrictions to try and control the spread of the virus.

    The park -- which local media says has capped attendance at 50 percent of normal capacity -- is offering half price discounts for female visitors.

    A performer in a stage show at the front of the water waved at the crowd, packed close and waving their arms back, some snapping photos on phones protected in plastic pouches round their necks.

    Another performer on a water jet board entertained his audience by hovering above them with sparks shooting from his back.




    Some of the crowd had donned life jackets, but none of the tightly-packed partygoers were seen to be wearing face masks as a DJ in bright yellow headphones played on stage.

    The first known cases of COVID-19 emerged in Wuhan late last year, a city of 11 million people, before the virus spread across the world, killing hundreds of thousands and crippling economies.

    The lockdown was lifted in April, and there have been no new domestically transmitted cases officially reported in Hubei province, where Wuhan is the capital, since mid-May.A performer on a water jet board entertained his audience by hovering above them with sparks shooting from his back

    To try and boost the local economy, the Hubei government has been offering free entry to 400 tourist sites across the province.

    China has largely brought its domestic epidemic under control, but sporadic outbreaks and a summer of severe flooding have exacerbated the economic fallout.










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    posted 9 Aug 2020, 03:29 by Happi Mess   [ updated 11 Aug 2020, 19:41 ]

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    About Professor Thomas Borody

    Professor Borody is most famous for his ground-breaking work developing the triple therapy cure for peptic ulcers in 1987, which has saved hundreds of thousands of lives, and the Australian health system more than $10 billion in medical care and operations.

    Professor Borody founded the Centre for Digestive Diseases (CDD) in 1984 after a distinguished career with leading hospitals including St Vincent’s in Sydney and the Mayo Clinic in the USA.

    He is a world-renowned leader in the clinical microbiota dating back to 1988 when he started performing what is now called Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT).

    Professor Borody holds over 150 patents in areas such as; treatment of Helicobacter pylori, Crohn’s disease, bowel lavage, IBS and FMT.

    Fecal Microbiota Transplantation (FMT)

    As a practicing clinician leading the CDD in Australia, he has overseen over 12,000 FMTs, creating a wealth of proprietary clinical data and insights.

    Inflammatory disease and infection

    In addition, Dr. Borody has established novel therapies in the gastrointestinal field, including areas such as inflammatory bowel disease, irritable bowel syndrome, CDI, parasite infestation, and resistant Helicobacter pylori via a bismuth-based ‘Triple Therapy’.

    Peer review

    His knowledge and expertise are sought after by clinicians from around the world. He is  a reviewer for leading medical journals including:

    • Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology
    • World Journal of Gastrointestinal Pharmacology and Therapeutics (Editorial Board)
    • American Journal of Gastroenterology
    • Digestive Diseases and Sciences Endoscopy
    • Journal of Gastroenterology and Hepatology
    • Medical Journal of Australia
    • Digestive and Liver Diseases

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    He is also a scientific founder and scientific advisor to a number of biopharma companies company.






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    The Centre for Digestive Disease (CDD) Medical Director Professor Thomas Borody says TGA and FDA approved Ivermectin, which he uses regularly in his hospital, has shown positive results for COVID-19 and should considered immediately to fight the pandemic.

    MSD’s Ivermectin was discovered in the 1970s and is on the World Health Organisation (WHO) list of essential medicines.

    Professor Borody has used the same methodology with the COVID-19 Ivermectin Triple Therapy as he used when he developed the world’s first cure for peptic ulcers saving millions of lives around the globe.

    He says this combination of 3 approved “off the shelf” drugs could be the answer to Australia’s COVID-19 crisis.

    Professor Borody said “If nothing else, make it available in aged care homes immediately. Our elderly are at the highest risk and this is a very safe option especially when we have nothing else except ventilators.”

    “Also, our frontline workers deserve more protection with a preventative medication like this, and as emergency treatment if they test positive.”

    “An Ivermectin tablet can cost as little as $2 – which could make it by far the cheapest, safest, and fastest cure for Australians and the Australian economy.”

    Professor Borody is an internationally regarded physician with 4 FDA approved drugs on the US and Australian markets, who is famous for developing the triple therapy that cured peptic ulcerssaving more than 18,000 lives just in Australia and millions internationally.

    He said Ivermectin has a good safety profile and in fact the WHO says in a report ‘Mass treatment with ivermectin: an underutilised public health strategy’… “It is time to capitalise on the full public health potential of ivermectin” as an anti-parasitic.

    The Journal of Antibiotics a 12 June 2020 report on Ivermectin says “Several studies reported antiviral effects of ivermectin on RNA viruses such as Zika, dengue, yellow fever, West Nile, Hendra, Newcastle, Venezuelan equine encephalitis, chikungunya, Semliki Forest, Sindbis, Avian influenza A, Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome, Human immunodeficiency virus type 1, and severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2.”

    Professor Borody says his research has led him to a triple therapy of Ivermectin, zinc and an antibiotic – which are all TGA and FDA approved – which could be the fastest and safest way to stop the Victorian outbreak within 6-8 weeks.

    He said he knows of medical professionals already using it as a preventative therapy themselves.

    Professor Borody said “When State and Federal governments are saying they will do whatever it takes then I believe this is a potential life-saver right now.”

    “These 3 medications are already approved. They do not need pre-clinical or clinical trials nor additional TGA approvals unless the aim is to combine in a single capsule, for example. Patient treatment programs have been done in the US and elsewhere which indicate it can work within 4-6 days.”

    Professor Borody has reviewed the key antiviral scientific research literature and identified the combination of 3 drugs that are in chemists right now and can be prescribed by doctors immediately. The tablets can be taken at home as a preventive treatment by high risk individuals, or by those who test positive to minimise need for hospitalisation at the higher curative dose.

    The therapy comprises:
    Ivermectin – TGA and FDA approved as an anti-parasitic therapy with an established safety profile since the 1970s. Known as the “Wonder Drug” from Japan.
    Zinc
    Doxycycline – TGA and FDA approved tetracycline antibiotic that fights infections, such as acne, urinary tract infections, intestinal infections, respiratory infections, eye infections, gonorrhea, chlamydia, syphilis, periodontitis (gum disease), and others.

    Professor Borody says distribution teams could be deployed in Victoria’s hotspots to treat proven infected patients immediately, and people exposed or at risk could be taking the preventative dose.





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    "Dihydrogen monoxide" and "DHMO" redirect here. For the H2O molecule, see Properties of water. For US Dental Health Maintenance Organizations, see Dental insurance § Dental Health Maintenance Organization (DHMO).

    The dihydrogen monoxide parody involves calling water by an unfamiliar chemical name, most often "dihydrogen monoxide" (DHMO), and listing some of water's effects in a particularly alarming manner, such as accelerating corrosion and causing suffocation. The parody often calls for dihydrogen monoxide to be banned, regulated, or labeled as dangerous. It plays into chemophobia and demonstrates how a lack of scientific literacy and an exaggerated analysis can lead to misplaced fears.

    The parody has been used with other chemical names such as hydrogen hydroxidedihydrogen oxide and hydric acid.

    History

    A 1983 April Fools' Day edition of the Durand Express, a weekly newspaper in Durand, Michigan, reported that "dihydrogen oxide" had been found in the city's water pipes, and warned that it was fatal if inhaled, and could produce blistering vapors.[1] The first appearance of the parody on the Internet was attributed by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette to the "Coalition to Ban Dihydrogen Monoxide",[2][3] a parody organization at UC Santa Cruz following on-campus postings and newsgroup discussions in 1990.[4]

    This new version of the parody was created by housemates while attending the University of California, Santa Cruz, in 1989–1990,[2][4][better source needed] revised by Craig Jackson in 1994,[2] and brought to widespread public attention in 1997 when Nathan Zohner, a 14-year-old student, gathered petitions to ban "DHMO" as the basis of his science project, titled "How Gullible Are We?"[5]

    Jackson's original site included the following warning:[6]

    Dihydrogen monoxide:

    • is also known as hydroxyl acid, and is the major component of acid rain.
    • contributes to the "greenhouse effect".
    • may cause severe burns.
    • contributes to the erosion of our natural landscape.
    • accelerates corrosion and rusting of many metals.
    • may cause electrical failures and decreased effectiveness of automobile brakes.
    • has been found in excised tumors of terminal cancer patients.

    Despite the danger, dihydrogen monoxide is often used:

    • as an industrial solvent and coolant.
    • in nuclear power plants.
    • in the production of styrofoam.
    • as a fire retardant.
    • in many forms of cruel animal research.
    • in the distribution of pesticides. Even after washing, produce remains contaminated by this chemical.
    • as an additive in certain "junk-foods" and other food products.

    A mock material safety data sheet has also been created for H2O.[7][8]

    Molecular terminology and naming conventions


    The water molecule has the chemical formula H2O, meaning the molecule is composed of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Literally, the term "dihydrogen monoxide" means "two hydrogen, one oxygen": the prefix di- in dihydrogen means "two", the prefix mono- in monoxide means "one", and "oxide" designates oxygen in a compound (due to the two o's that would happen in 'monooxide' the o's are fused together to form monoxide). [9] Using chemical nomenclature, various names for water are in common use within the scientific community: hydrogen oxidehydrogen hydroxide, which characterises it as an alkali; and several designating it as an acid, such as hydric acidhydroxic acidhydroxyl acidhydrohydroxic acid, and hydroxilic acid. (The term used in the original text, hydroxyl acid, is a non-standard name.[10])

    Under the 2005 revisions of IUPAC nomenclature of inorganic chemistry, there is no single correct name for every compound.[11] The primary function of chemical nomenclature is to ensure that each name refers, unambiguously, to a single substance. It is considered less important to ensure that each substance should have a single unambiguous name, although the number of acceptable names is limited.[11] Water is one acceptable name for this compound, even though it is neither a systematic nor an international name and is specific to just one phase of the compound (its liquid form). The other IUPAC recommendation is oxidane,[12] which is used by industry groups promoting oxidane in industrial practices.[13]

    Public use


    • In 1994, Craig Jackson created a web page for the Coalition to Ban DHMO.[2][6]

    • The Friends of Hydrogen Hydroxide website was created by Dan Curtis Johnson, partly as a foil on the Coalition page, claiming to oppose its "subversive agenda". The site points out that hydrogen hydroxide is "environmentally safe" and "enhances the functionality, growth, and health of many forms of life".[15]

    • In 1997, Nathan Zohner, a 14-year-old student at Eagle Rock Junior High School in Idaho Falls, Idaho, gathered 43 votes to ban the chemical, out of 50 ninth-graders surveyed. Zohner received the first prize at Greater Idaho Falls Science Fair for analysis of the results of his survey.[5] In recognition of his experiment, journalist James K. Glassman coined the term "Zohnerism" to refer to "the use of a true fact to lead a scientifically and mathematically ignorant public to a false conclusion".[16]



    • In , a staffer in New Zealand Green Party MP Sue Kedgley's office responded to a request for support for a campaign to ban dihydrogen monoxide by saying she was "absolutely supportive of the campaign to ban this toxic substance". This was criticized in a press release by the National Party,[19] one of whose MPs fell for the very same joke six years later.[20]

    • In 2002, radio talk show host Neal Boortz mentioned on the air that the Atlanta water system had been checked and found to be contaminated with dihydrogen monoxide, and set about relating the hazards associated with that "dangerous" chemical. A local TV station even covered the 'scandal'. A spokesperson for the city's water system told the reporter that there was no more dihydrogen monoxide in the system than what was allowed under the law.[21]

    • The idea was used for a segment of an episode of the Penn & Teller documentary show Penn & Teller: Bullshit!, in which actress Kris McGaha and a camera crew gathered signatures from people considering themselves "concerned environmentalists" to sign a petition to ban DHMO.[22]

    • In March 2004, Aliso Viejo, California, almost considered banning the use of foam containers at city-sponsored events because dihydrogen monoxide is part of their production. A paralegal had asked the city council to put it on the agenda; he later attributed it to poor research.[23] The bill was pulled from the agenda before it could come to a vote, but not before the city received a raft of bad publicity.[5]

    • In 2006, in Louisville, Kentucky, David Karem, executive director of the Waterfront Development Corporation, a public body that operates Waterfront Park, wished to deter bathers from using a large public fountain. "Counting on a lack of understanding about water's chemical makeup", he arranged for signs reading: "DANGER! – WATER CONTAINS HIGH LEVELS OF HYDROGEN – KEEP OUT" to be posted on the fountain at public expense.[24]

    • Occasionally, petitions on the UK Government e-petitions website on this subject have been closed or rejected.[25]

    • In 2007, Jacqui Dean, New Zealand National Party MP, fell for the joke, writing a letter to Associate Minister of Health Jim Anderton asking "Does the Expert Advisory Committee on Drugs have a view on the banning of this drug?"[20][26][27]

    • On April 1, 2009, then Canadian Member of Parliament, Andrew Scheer (who was later elected leader of the Conservative Party), used the DHMO parody as the basis for an April Fool's Day "media release" on his website, in which he claimed to have presented a bill to ban the substance from all federal government buildings.[28]


    • In April 2013, two radio personalities at Gator Country 101.9, a station in Lee County, Florida, told listeners that dihydrogen monoxide was coming out of their water taps as part of an April Fool's Day prank and were suspended for a few days.[30][31] The prank resulted in several calls by consumers to the local utility company, which sent out a release stating that the water was safe.[32]

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    Imagine you were born in 1900




    When you're 14, World War I begins and ends when you're 18 with 22 million dead.




    Soon after a global pandemic, the Spanish Flu, appears, killing 50 million people and you're alive and 20 years old.





    When you're 29 you survive the global economic crisis that started with the collapse of the New York Stock Exchange, causing inflation, unemployment and famine.






    When you're 33 years old the nazis come to power.


    When you're 39, World War II begins and ends when you're 45 years old with a 60 million dead. 

    In the Holocaust 6 million Jews die.





    When you're 52, the Korean War begins.

    On your 62nd birthday you have the Cuban Missile Crisis, a tipping point in the Cold War. 


    Life on our planet, as we know it, should have ended. Great leaders prevented that from happening.



    When you're 64, the Vietnam War begins and ends when you're 75.


    A child born in 1985 thinks his grandparents have no idea how difficult life is, but they have survived several wars and catastrophes.


    Today we have all the comforts in a new world, amid a new pandemic. 


    But we complain because we need to wear masks. 


    We complain because we must stay confined to our homes where we have food, electricity, running water, wifi, even Netflix! None of that existed back in the day. But humanity survived those circumstances and never lost their joy of living.


    A small change in our perspective can generate miracles. 


    We should be thankful that we are alive. We should do everything we need to do to protect and help each other.



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    If you’ve been holding off planning your next big shindig because of COVID-19, you might want to start thinking about getting down to business because The Raft is set to land in the Swan River from September and it will blow your mind, and not just because of the amazing views overlooking Kings Park and Lizzy Quay.

    Perth’s first permanent floating event space, The Raft is brought to us by a brother and sister team, Katie and Dan Chrystal, who wanted to bring something seriously different to Perth.


    The huge 445 square metre space can hold up to 250 people (180 for a seated event) and don’t worry, they can come and go as they please thanks to the 40 passenger private tender which is decked out with its own sound system so you can get the party started as soon as you step off Barrack St Jetty No. 5.

    No expense has been spared and the fit-out is next level thanks to Gabrielle Scott, the mastermind behind Guildhall and Porch and Parlour. It’s elegant but not pretentious with design inspo drawn from WA’s coastline and bespoke furniture coming from the legends at Remington Matters.







    When it comes to the food, Heyders & Shears is on the job and will be whipping up excellent bites while the drinks are all locally sourced. There are plenty of food and beverage options to suit any event, from cocktail to a full sit down affair.

    If you want to hit them up to enquire about an event or you just want to become a Friend of The Raft, head this way.

    If you’ve got no big milestones to celebrate, never fear. The Raft will also play host to a number of ticketed music events and brand launches so you should be able to wrangle your way on somehow.












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    Sorry, but I cried wolf on climate change





    On behalf of environmentalists everywhere, I’d like to formally apologise for the climate scare we created.


    Author and environmental policy expert Michael Shellenberger.


    On behalf of environmentalists everywhere, I would like to formally apologise for the climate scare we created over the past 30 years. Climate change is happening. It’s just not the end of the world. It’s not even our most serious environmental problem.

    I may seem like a strange person to be saying all of this. I have been a climate activist for 20 years and an environmentalist for 30.

    But as an energy expert asked by the US congress to provide ­objective testimony, and invited by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change to serve as a reviewer of its next assessment report, I feel an obligation to apologise for how badly we environmentalists have misled the public.







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    CLIMATE ALARMIST APOLOGISES FOR HELPING CREATE CLIMATE SCARE


    Here is something I think we will start seeing more and more of, Michael Shellenberger, a former climate alarmist has come out and apologised for the part he played in creating the climate scare.

    This is what he wrote in the Australian yesterday, "On behalf of environmentalists everywhere, I would like to formally apologise for the climate scare we created over the past 30 years."

    In his article and in his interview with Chris Kenny last night, he expanded on some of the facts he says current climate alarmists are trying to hide, including:

    ●Humans are not causing a “sixth mass extinction”

    ● The Amazon is not “the lungs of the world”

    ● Climate change is not making natural disasters worse

    ● Fires have declined 25 per cent around the world since 2003

    ● The amount of land we use for meat — humankind’s biggest use of land — has declined by an area nearly as large as Alaska

    ● The build-up of wood fuel and more houses near forests, not climate change, explain why there are more, and more dangerous, fires in Australia and California

    ● Carbon emissions are declining in most rich nations and have been declining in Britain, Germany and France since the mid-1970s

    ● The Netherlands became rich, not poor, while adapting to life below sea level

    ●We produce 25 per cent more food than we need and food surpluses will continue to rise as the world gets hotter

    ● Habitat loss and the direct killing of wild animals are bigger threats to species than climate change

    ● Wood fuel is far worse for people and wildlife than fossil fuels, and

    ● Preventing future pandemics requires more, not less, “industrial” agriculture.



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    Michael Shellenberger: “On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare”


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    Forbes has published an apology by high profile environmental activist Michael Shellenberger for his role in helping to create the climate scare, and his explanation for why he chose to speak out now.


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    On Behalf Of Environmentalists, I Apologize For The Climate Scare

    Michael Shellenberger
    I write about energy and the environment.

    On behalf of environmentalists everywhere, I would like to formally apologize for the climate scare we created over the last 30 years. Climate change is happening. It’s just not the end of the world. It’s not even our most serious environmental problem.

    I may seem like a strange person to be saying all of this. I have been a climate activist for 20 years and an environmentalist for 30.

    But as an energy expert asked by Congress to provide objective expert testimony, and invited by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) to serve as Expert Reviewer of its next Assessment Report, I feel an obligation to apologize for how badly we environmentalists have misled the public.

    I know that the above facts will sound like “climate denialism” to many people. But that just shows the power of climate alarmism.

    I became an environmentalist at 16 when I threw a fundraiser for Rainforest Action Network. At 27 I helped save the last unprotected ancient redwoods in California. In my 30s I advocated renewables and successfully helped persuade the Obama administration to invest $90 billion into them. Over the last few years I helped save enough nuclear plants from being replaced by fossil fuels to prevent a sharp increase in emissions

    But until last year, I mostly avoided speaking out against the climate scare. Partly that’s because I was embarrassed. After all, I am as guilty of alarmism as any other environmentalist. For years, I referred to climate change as an “existential” threat to human civilization, and called it a “crisis.”

    But then, last year, things spiraled out of control. Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/michaelshellenberger/2020/06/28/on-behalf-of-environmentalists-i-apologize-for-the-climate-scare/ (Backup PDF Available Here)

    Michael Schellenberger has provided a more complete explanation in his new book Apocalypse Never: Why Environmental Alarmism Hurts Us All.

    Reading Schellenberger’s full apology in Forbes, I was pleasantly surprised how close his views are to mine. Despite Schellenberger’s highly commendable views on nuclear power, I assumed he was still an alarmist when it came to his views on anthropogenic CO2 emissions. I was wrong.

    I am sorry I made an incorrect assumption about your views on climate change Michael.









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