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Buzz Aldrin in Australia

Buzz Aldrin visited Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra in November as the guest of “National Geographic Live”. Mars is no longer Science fiction.… it’s now science fact (Ron Howard) Jason Crusan, Dr Katherine Mack, Prof Mark McCaughrean, Ray Martin and Buzz prior to the Canberra performance 7th November 2016. During the evening: Ray Martin interviewed Buzz Aldrin […]

Aviation Pathways for Aspiring Aviators (version 162 – February 2017)

I urge not just aspiring pilots, but all people working towards a dream to read this article (Brandon Bullhorn) Contents Aviation Pathways Constraints Training Options Employment Options Employment Tests & Interviews Career Development Alternate Career Aviation Industry Aircraft Life Plan Money Where From Here? Summary For more Information Answers to Questions Make a comment / […]

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Flight of the Uiver – 80th Anniversary  (24 October 2014) Updates Contact Uiver Memorial Community Trust  (UMCT) Courier Mail Uiver remarkable outcome: Captain More Photos of the Uiver ABC Radio program “The Uiver Emergency” will bring you to tears The Uiver: A Photographic History Today the 24th October 2014 is Albury’s day. Today is the 8oth Anniversary […]

Stories of two great Australian Adventurers

Explorers and adventurers take enormous risks. At the time when these intrepid souls embarked on  their quests, most people considered that the cost of the risk outweighed the benefit of the discovery or record.   It’s only when the adventurists returned successful that the doomsayers and critics turned to supporters. What would our world be […]

Back-story QF32 p 340 – Chinese Symbol for the word ‘CRISIS’

I received the following correspondence from Dr Derwyn and Carolyn Jones – passengers on QF32. In the spirit of the “glass being half full, not half empty”, I echo their thoughts and share them below: “When written in Chinese the word ‘crisis’ is composed of 2 characters. One represents ‘danger’ and the other represents ‘opportunity’. […]