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How Much Force Could A T.Rex Bite Deliver? - Gizmodo Australia


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How Much Force Could A T.Rex Bite Deliver?
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According to Erickson, T.rex probably used its bone crushing teeth to access marrow and phosphate minerals. "These animals were able to extract nutrients from bone," he said. It isn't the first time scientists have attempted to measure T.rex's bite ...
The secrets behind T-rex's bone crushing bites: Researchers find T-rex could crush 8000 poundsFlorida State News
Scientific Reports - NatureNature
How T. rex's powerful bite crushed dino bones to a pulpWashington Post

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Perth Children's Hospital: Government warned lead problem not resolved - ABC Online


ABC Online

Perth Children's Hospital: Government warned lead problem not resolved
ABC Online
Health Minister Roger Cook said the briefing showed the previous government had not been transparent regarding the lead problem, which still has not been resolved. "They fundamentally failed the people of Western Australia in managing this complex ...

Fertiliser prices soft despite demand - Farm Weekly


Fertiliser prices soft despite demand
Farm Weekly
WEAK global demand and plentiful supplies are set to keep fertiliser prices surprisingly cheap as graingrowers rush to plant this year's crops. Nitrogen and phosphate prices are roughly at 10-year lows, despite the sinking Australian dollar making ...

This Synthetic Bone Implant Could Replace Painful Marrow ... - Gizmodo Australia


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This Synthetic Bone Implant Could Replace Painful Marrow ...
Gizmodo Australia
Thanks to advances in medicine, bone marrow transplants are no longer the last resorts they once were. Every year, thousands of marrow transplants are...

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Expensive brass Perth Children's Hospital fittings 'must be replaced' - The West Australian


The West Australian

Expensive brass Perth Children's Hospital fittings 'must be replaced'
The West Australian
Executive director Murray Thomas said that if the fittings are responsible for the higher-than-acceptable lead readings in the hospital's water, the State Government's decision to flush the system with phosphate was only a “bandaid solution”. “The most ...

Phosphate shipment held up as South African court sorts theft claims - The Australian


The Australian

Phosphate shipment held up as South African court sorts theft claims
The Australian
In South Africa, the independence dreams of Western Saharan tribespeople, 55,000 tonnes of phosphate and a ship called the Cherry Blossom have come together in court to create big problems for Australian chemicals and fertiliser group Incitec Pivot.
NZ fertiliser, world politics - Ballance phosphate still stranded in South AfricaStuff.co.nz

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Brass the lead source at Perth Children's Hospital | Perth Now - Perth Now


Perth Now

Brass the lead source at Perth Children's Hospital | Perth Now
Perth Now
THE State Government says the overwhelming source of lead at the Perth Children's Hospital comes from brass fittings and not the "dead leg". In releasing a ...
WA kids hospital lead not from 'dead leg'The Australian

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Katter backs Gutnick's sister on phosphate mine - The Australian


The Australian

Katter backs Gutnick's sister on phosphate mine
The Australian
In an affidavit, Mr Shepard told the court Mr Gutnick started talking to Mr Feldman about a possible convertible note in late October 2015, a few weeks after IFFCO sued to enforce its debt here in Australia. Under the deal, Queensland Phosphate agreed ...

Centrex-Incitec deal on phosphate project | news.com.au ... - NEWS.com.au


Centrex-Incitec deal on phosphate project | news.com.au ...
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Australian resources company Centrex Metals Limited (ASX: CXM) has signed a development deal with Incitec Pivot Limited subsidiary, Southern Cross ...

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Phosphate developer not surprised Hancock Prospecting bought into UK fertiliser business, says Australian sector ... - ABC Local


ABC Local

Phosphate developer not surprised Hancock Prospecting bought into UK fertiliser business, says Australian sector ...
ABC Local
There is currently only one fertiliser operation in Australia, Phosphate Hill, 1,000 kilometres north of Townsville in Queensland. The Mount Isa mine is owned by Incitec Pivot, which has a sulphuric acid plant, an essential ingredient in the ...

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