Hello Cruel World
Monday, September 01, 2003
Naturally, there will be/is a huge bunfight around this. I believe Mr Lomborg will be visiting Australia sometime soonish -- brought out by some interest group or another. I would like to hear & see the different points of view. As ever I'm pretty sure that the situation is neither fully black nor white.
Green skeptic declared "unscientific"
Thursday, 28 August 2003
A panel of independent Scandinavian scientists have concluded that recent works by the controversial Danish scientist and environmental skeptic, Bjorn Lomborg, were unscientific and of dubious value.
The Danish government asked the panel of five academics to evaluate reports from an independent environmental institute headed by Bjorn Lomborg, after a prestigious Danish scientific committee earlier this year accused the environmental maverick of scientific dishonesty
A panoramic view from the summit of Mt Everest
MARVEL'S '1602' PRESS CONFERENCE
by Jonah Weiland, Executive Producer
Posted: June 27, 2003
 the upcoming eight-issue Marvel Knights title by Neil Gaiman, Andy Kubert and Richard Isanove
www.minack.com Amphitheatre carved into cliffside somewhere near Lands End
www.heligan.com Lost Gardens of Heligan
www.cooperativeresearch.org/timeline/ (S11 timeline)
TOMPAINE.com - Jobs Without Power: "This is the first of a series of bi-weekly columns by Jonathan Tasini called 'Working In America.'
For at least half their waking hours, the American people live in a dictatorship. At home or in public places, Americans enjoy a measure of freedom and liberty envied by most people around the world: freedom of speech, freedom of assembly and freedom of association (true, John Ashcroft is trying to change all that but that's another story). But, the moment Americans walk through the doors of their workplace, they enter into a world that strips away all their basic rights. Within the walls of the workplace, the whim of the corporation is more powerful than the U.S. Constitution
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