The 'Library of Alexandria' is considered the greatest storage of wisdom the world has ever known, until it was 'accidentally burned by Julius Caesar during his civil war in 48 BC'.
Considered a catastrophic loss in cultural and economic terms, many of humanity's secrets of the past were supposedly lost to the annuals of time in this fire. Or so we have been told.
Australians will automatically have their organs harvested after they ‘die’ in a drastic new proposal being considered to decrease trending black market sales of organs.
The policy, which is being discussed by MPs, would assume all Australians are organ ‘donors’ unless they have filled out official documents to opt-out.
Secondary school has become increasingly important in the modern world, and is viewed collectively today as a minimum requirement for success in terms of employment, life progression and development in society.
When did this thinking start? Who came up with this system and what was the purpose?
We explore how secondary education was established to create fixed habits of reaction to authority, to determine ‘correct social roles’ and ‘collective purpose’, and to create a “unity of thought” amongst children.
One year ago, as part of a multimedia expansion for TOTT News, we announced the co-founding of a grassroots online radio project called the Australian Roundtable Podcast (ARP).
This week, after 50 official episodes and three G20 specials in late-2014, the show wrapped up its first season with a special broadcast on September 20th, 2015, reflecting on the past year of news and affairs.
The #SydneySiege ‘hostage crisis’ occurred on December 15th-16th in 2014 when a lone gunman, Man Haron Monis, held hostage ten customers and eight employees of a Lindt chocolate cafe located at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia.
After extensive research on the chain of events in Martin Place, the Australian Roundtable Podcast significantly examined the official story, including initial discussions on who benefited from the events and media coverage on the day, to more comprehensive work such as conflicting witness testimonies and scientific rebuttals to government claims.