The “Baby Shark” phenomenon is one that cannot be hunted to extinction. But how accurate is it from a scientific standpoint? One expert decided to break it down. “Baby Shark” is a vicious earworm loosed upon the world, one that burrows into our minds, forcing us to impulsively babble Doo doo, da-doo da-doo doo doo long…
Monday morning. You made it. Overnight, Bill Shorten wrote a letter, a vintage 1970s fear resurfaced and Donald Trump finally finished off satire.
The internet is a bent monarch, with Fake News the jewel in its crown. This week, Greenpeace got real edgy, a man found something and a rat smelled nice. So, what’s fake?
Over in the US, a shark attack almost spooled out of control. Fortunately, a man packing a concealed shark he was well within his rights to have saved the day.
In response to The Daily Telegraph’s shark cull article this week, Jordan Rivkin is advising a much larger dose of common sense.