HUGE Oil Deposit In Australia?

” Australian resources firm Linc Energy said it had uncovered a huge oil deposit in the nation’s vast outback in a discovery hailed Thursday by officials as worth some Aus$20 trillion (US$21 trillion).

Linc said two independent reviews of its three deposits in central Australia’s Arckaringa Basin had estimated there was up to 233 billion barrels of shale oil trapped within its rocks.”*

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‘Lost world’ discovered in remote Australia

Sydney — An expedition to a remote part of northern Australia has uncovered three new vertebrate species isolated for millions of years, with scientists Monday calling the area a “lost world”.

Conrad Hoskin from James Cook University and a National Geographic film crew were dropped by helicopter onto the rugged Cape Melville mountain range on Cape York Peninsula earlier this year and were amazed at what they found.

It included a bizarre looking leaf-tail gecko, a gold-coloured skink — a type of lizard — and a brown-spotted, yellow boulder-dwelling frog, none of them ever seen before.

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Family Believes Son Is World War II Pilot Reincarnated James Leininger

Is this family’s incredible story proof of reincarnation? In the book, “Soul Survivor: The Reincarnation of a World War II Fighter Pilot,” Bruce and Andrea Leininger, tell the story of their son, James, and the strange nightmares he began having as a toddler. Bruce says the dreams were occurring four or five times a week, and they really began to wonder what was happening when James produced some drawings that were eerily accurate.

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Goat decides on its own to guide blind horse for 16 years

A really touching video about a woman who owns a goat and a horse, and the beautiful relationship that develops between the two animals.

At one point, the horse, Charlie (yes, Charlie-Horse), went blind. She decided that it was time to put him down, but what happens? Their goat, Jack, somehow befriends the horse and starts leading it around.

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Al Gore attacks Tony Abbott’s refusal to link bushfires with climate change

Al Gore
‘The meaningful way to resolve this crisis is to put a price on carbon and in Australia’s case, to keep a price on carbon,’ Al Gore said. Photograph: Mario Anzuoni/Reuters

Tony Abbott’s insistence that bushfires aren’t linked to climate change is like the tobacco industry claiming smoking doesn’t cause lung cancer, Nobel laureate Al Gore says.

In light of the New South Wales bushfire disaster, the former US vice-president says the prime minister’s comment that bushfires are a function of life in Australia and nothing to do with climate change reminds him of politicians in the US who received support from tobacco companies, and who then publicly argued the companies’ cause.

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