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Arriving in Darwin

Darwin was hot. Unbelievably hot. It was heading towards the Australian winter, but Darwin would still average 30 degrees with blue skies! On a working holiday visa you only have a certain amount of time in Australia, so you want to see the sun as much as possible. 1,284 more words

Defending Darwin in Kentucky

Source: James Krupa in Orion Magazine, orionmagazine.org. Painting by Alexis Rockman.

I’m often asked what I do for a living. My answer, that I am a professor at the University of Kentucky, inevitably prompts a second question: “What do you teach?” Responding to such a question should be easy and invite polite conversation, but I usually brace for a negative reaction.  153 more words

Is Evolution More Fiction than Fact?

“If it could be demonstrated that any complex organ existed which could not possibly have been formed by numerous, successive, slight modifications, my theory would absolutely break down.” 768 more words


ELECTRICIAN (licensed, domestic) – Darwin – START ASAP!

Our client is an industry leader in the installation and maintenance of electrical components in residential properties across QLD and NT. An opportunity exists for a licenced Electrician to join the Darwin based team, servicing the Greater Darwin and Katherine regions. 125 more words




Litchfield National Park
Litchfield National Park is an amazing landscape, shaped by water and time, culturally rich and filled with history. Features;


Coober Pedy - The Underground Town of Australia

Coober Pedy is a small opal mining town in South Australia, renowned as the opal capital of the world. The name comes from the local Aboriginal term, “kupa-piti”, which is simply translated to “white man’s hole.” It is located between Adelaide and Alice Springs. 307 more words