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UNESCO Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights An excerpt. Article 6 – Consent 1. Any preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic medical intervention is only to be carried out with the prior, free and informed consent of the person concerned, based … Continue reading
When the days are lonely, cold and dark, remember the warmth of brighter days in good fellowship. Best chap for the job of supporting the Monarch for more than 70 years.
Some would rather that you not notice that Terrible Air in India Killed No One Thanks to Steve Milloy for clearing the air. EPA claims blue-sky air kills 570,000 Americas per year. Below is a snapshot of recent air quality … Continue reading
Wordfence is an independent company that deals mainly with security concerns related to WordPress. Yesterday however, they blogged about a current attack aimed at capturing Gmail/Google login details. As you know, at Wordfence we occasionally send out alerts about security … Continue reading
Water everywhere. And people too stubborn to use it. Warwick Hughes reminds us about the Agritech Salinity Crisis Action Plan and the Wellington Dam Desalination proposal.
Following on from an earlier blog post The US-EPA, politicians, presstitutes and activists pretending to be journalists regularly conflate different types of tailpipe emissions. They wouldn’t do it if they were trying to inform the public. Instead they only try … Continue reading
Warwick Hughes takes yet another look at the absurd mismanagement of water supply to the capital city of Western Australia. The solutions to Perth water problems are not hard to grasp He clearly illustrates, using the rainfall figures for the … Continue reading
Originally posted on Carbon Counter:
There are few more remarkable machines than a Boeing 747. Four hundred people can be hurled half way across the planet with levels of comfort, efficiency and reliability that would have been deemed miraculous by…
Tony Thomas writes about the little Australian Youth Climate Coalition (AYCC) darlings; marching in their cute costumes; and anybody can join. One only need a name (any name will do), state of residence, “age” and an email address. They’re acceptingly … Continue reading