So, I'm trying to search this site to figure out which security system you purchased for the Rialta.
So I load up Google and enter this query: 'security system site:tynan.com' - which searches all the pages indexed on tynan.com with a query of 'security system'.
Well, the Read Next box in the bottom right seems to embed the whole content of the posts it's suggesting into the parent page body. Google then indexes each page with content from 3 blog posts: the post which the page is about, and the two blog posts that are suggested in Read Next.
Try that sample search. Notice many results come back with the phrase '...even a solar powered security system.' That's because the Read Next box in each of those results suggests/embeds this post right here:
...and Google indexes the content from that post in every page Read Next is suggesting it for.
Without having spent a second reverse engineering this page, I think you might want to async-ly populate the Read Next content with an AJAX call or something. Then, that way, that content is *added* to the page, from the browser, as opposed to being part of the actual page, sent from the server (which, I believe, is what Google indexes).
Does that make sense? If not, don't hesitate ask for clarification.