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Australia will force social media platforms to reveal online trolls’ true identities. Australia now wants to expose the true identities of the country’s online trolls. The Australian Prime Minister, Scott Morrison, stated that if necessary, they would compel social media platforms to comply. T-Mobile should not be allowed to call itself the “Most Reliable 5G Network,” according to the National Advertising Division. The current leader of the country stated that the government would accomplish this through new legislation. The new law would establish a complaint mechanism that would require online platforms to remove fake account posts. If Facebook, Twitter, and…

Australia is planning to use space junk as fuel, according to the Australian Space Agency, which describes the initiative as “similar to a gas station, but outside of Earth.” Australia has announced plans to convert space junk into fuel, which will be used to power the country’s in-space electric propulsion system. Brinkwire News: SpaceX and NASA’s DART will crash a spacecraft into an asteroid to alter its trajectory; Elon Musk Responds with a Meme This is a fantastic initiative, given the amount of debris floating outside of Earth, such as dead rockets and other unusable spacecraft parts. Various government-backed agencies…

After nearly drowning at a waterpark, a 5-year-old girl was brought back to life by lifeguards after guests’ quick actions saved her life. A FIVE-YEAR-OLD GIRL was rescued by lifeguards after nearly drowning at a waterpark when two people discovered her unconscious in the water. Two park visitors dragged the girl out after spotting her floating face down in the water. After the girl stopped breathing, they alerted lifeguards, who performed CPR. At the Adventure World amusement park in Bibra Lake, paramedics were eventually dispatched. After regaining consciousness, the young girl was rushed to a nearby hospital in critical condition.…

After a young kid drowned in a pool, a new warning has been sent to all parents… What you should do is as follows. A small kid drowned in a back garden pool, prompting a warning to parents about water safety. His worried parents reported the three-year-old tot missing in Perth, Australia, yesterday. When the child’s body was discovered in the backyard pool of what is presumed to be the family home, police issued an alert and their search was on the verge of becoming a major operation. Paramedics attempted to resuscitate the child, but he was unable to be…

After mistaking the beast for a seal, a great white shark chases surfers as they swim for their lives. The moment a group of surfers paddled for their lives as a 15-foot great white shark closed in on them has been captured in nail-biting footage. Hein Cooper, 30, was surfing with his friend Genji Pitt near Ulladulla on New South Wales’ South Coast when they noticed the enormous shark’s dorsal fin approaching them. The friends, along with four other surfers, were caught on camera desperately paddling back to the rocks to avoid the great white. Mr Cooper described the “humbling”…

Underneath the muck, a beast lurks – but can YOU locate it? A BEAUTIFUL snapshot of a camouflaged crocodile has been posted, but can you spot the danger hiding in the shadows? Rodney Fischer, a local, took the photo near the Northern Territory and Western Australian border, capturing the horrifying image of the croc’s remarkable camouflage abilities. “Remember, you are in croc country,” the Northern Territory Parks and Wildlife Service captioned the photo on Facebook. The croc is fully hidden by the muddy image, with only one small feature revealing them. Facebook users have been frantically trying to find the…

The homeowner is enraged that a driver has parked in their reserved spot, but the bumper sticker has everyone laughing. After sharing pictures of the car, a homeowner who was enraged because a driver parked in a reserved spot has made everyone laugh. The car is seen with two ironic bumper stickers next to a no-parking sign in the hilarious images. On Wednesday, the homeowner shared the amusing photos on Reddit, writing, “The irony of this random person parking in my reserved spot with these stickers.” A purple Ford Fiesta was parked a few feet away from a visible sign…

A ‘biblical plague’ of 50 million CANNIBAL CRABS shut down roads on their way to breeding grounds, causing chaos. THIS is the moment a “biblical plague” of 50 million crabs heads to the ocean to reproduce. On Christmas Island off the coast of Western Australia, a swarm of cannibalistic critters closed roads from the jungle to the coast. Unbelievable footage shows the bright red creatures descended on townships in one of the world’s largest animal migrations. Every year, after heavy rains in October or November, an estimated 50 million crabs migrate from the forest to the ocean to mate. During…

Tesla Owners to Collaborate on a New EV Battery Study with an Australian University: Can It Power Energy Grids? Some Tesla owners will take part in the University of Queensland’s future EV battery study (UQ). On Wednesday, Nov. 17, the school confirmed this information. Tesla Contributes a Lot to the US Government, Elon Musk Says, and Fans Defend Unjust Taxes on Billionaire The goal of the planned electric car research is to see if the Tesla batteries can power energy grids and operate as home energy sources in the future. Currently, electric vehicles are powered by advanced batteries. Other zero-emission…

Australia is bracing for a’megaspider’ outbreak, as a beast with FANGS capable of piercing human flesh threatens to overrun homes. After a large funnel-web creepy-crawly with massive fangs was caught, homes in Australia could be swarmed by “megaspiders.” Staff at the Australian Reptile Park received the beast, which has 2cm long teeth and can puncture human skin. The news comes as reports of spiders spotted in damp and humid environments in New South Wales are on the rise. Keeper Jake Meney said that funnel-web spiders, the most dangerous arachnids on the planet, were “extremely busy” on the east coast due…

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