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Australian Government Considering to Intervene in Surrogacy Case

On Monday, Australian Immigration Minister Scott Morrison told Sydney Radio 2GB that Pattaramon Chanbua, 21, a Thai surrogate mother, 'is an absolute hero' and 'saint'.

The Australian government is considering intervention in the case where an Australian couple left a sick Down syndrome... read more

Surrogacy business in Thailand in controversy

Hundreds of Australian couples have been facing uncertainty about the future of their babies that will be born of through surrogacy arrangements in Thailand as a case of a critically ill twin baby being abandoned by his Australian biological parents has come to light.

A critically ill... read more

Galaxies Dance around in Orbits: Study

Myriad galaxies are roaming all over the universe and astronomers are now beginning to notice that they actually dance around in orbits rather than swarming around larger galaxies.

Astrophysicists have discovered that a great number of dwarf galaxies moved along a massive plan in a dance... read more

Combining Energy Drinks with Alcohol Risky: Study

A novel research has warned that people who indulge in mixing alcohol with energy drinks may be harming their health. There would be increased urge to drink more and will also increase the risk of assaults, serious injuries and one-night stands.

Australian researchers affirmed that high-... read more

Great White Shark chokes to death After Eating a huge sea lion

A great white shark ate a massive sized sea lion that choked and killed the shark itself. The incident took place at the coast of Coronation Beach, Western Australia where the onlookers filmed the 13-foot fish thrashing around on the beach as it died. Later this video was posted on YouTube and... read more

Global Climate Report Warns about Warming up of the planet

Global climate report issued by a group of international scientists said on Thursday that the Earth is getting warmer as greenhouse gases reach historic highs and the Arctic sea ice melts, making 2013 one of the hottest years on record.

NOAA released the 24th annual State of the Climate... read more

The fireball that lit up the Australian's sky on Thursday night was actually a space junk from the Russian rocket Soyuz that was used to launch a meteorology satellite on July 8.  The Melbourne Observatory stated that the fireball, which came in over Melbourne and made its way north was actually a Soyuz rocket piece that was seven meters long and weighed three tonnes. They ruled out that it was not a meteor because its speed was too slow as the fireball was travelling at the speed of seven kilometers per se

The fireball that lit up the Australian's sky on Thursday night was actually a space junk from the Russian rocket Soyuz that was used to launch a meteorology satellite on July 8.

The Melbourne Observatory stated that the fireball, which came in over Melbourne and made its way north was... read more

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