You can’t make this stuff up.
Giant mirrors, spaceships and one very Bond villain-esque plan.
From the Tasmanian wilderness to the Hollywood Hills (to Israeli kibbutzes and the feet of Buddhist monks), the Blundstone boot has walked a long journey.
Imagine hand-drawing an atlas of the whole Western world, without the use of satellites. These Soviet cartographers came startlingly close.
A physics professor from Adelaide says he’s cracked a 70-year-old murder mystery. But the rest of the story is stranger than you might imagine.