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- Madmen With Nuclear Codes — An History of Unpredictable Foreign Policy.
- Bombshell podcast, The Fallout’s Gonna Kill You.
- Kin Lane tweets about Uber Translate.
- Radio Atlantic: How an American Neo-Nazi Was Made.
- Congressman Ted Lieu via CNN.
- Richard Herring’s Leicester Square Theatre Podcast: RHLSTP 152 – Armando Iannucci.
- Music by Katsuki Uehara.
- Bitcoin Mining Now Consuming More Electricity Than 159 Countries Including Ireland & Most Countries In Africa.
- Skedaddle, as tweeted by Lisa McIntyre.
- “The first case of religious freedom in Australia post the plebiscite is apparently a deeply catholic beautician not wanting to wax some gay balls,” as tweeted by John Taylor.
- Australian bird of the year 2017, Guardian.
- A Song About Birds, by Christiaan Van Vuuren.
- Do we know what bird Latho went for? and replies.
- Latham’s snipe (Gallinago hardwickii).
- ‘I Don’t Believe In Science,’ Says Flat-Earther Set To Launch Himself In Own Rocket.
- Nicholas Fryer may be found at nickfryer.net.
- Hated and misunderstood, the ibis brings an important environmental message, ABC Radio National, 12 October 2015.
- The 9pm Edict theme by mansardian via The Freesound Project.
- Edict fanfare by neonaeon, via The Freesound Project.
- Elephant Stamp theme by Joshua Mehlman.
- Photograph of the Trinity atmospheric nuclear test, July 1945, by the US Government via Wikimedia Commons.
[Photo: Australian White Ibis (Threskiornis molucca) photographed at Circular Quay, Sydney, on 30 September 2016.]