Monday, 29 March 2010

School lessons hijacked to teach Labour's social policy, exam expert says
School lessons have been hijacked by the Government to teach its "faddish and incoherent" social policy, a leading exam expert has said


Belief in climate change tumbles in Germany
Leading German magazine SPIEGEL Online has conducted a representative survey about climate change. The (not so surprising) result is that now only a minority (42%) are afraid of the climate change, compared to 62% in fall 2006.

The same article mentions that the respected German Leibniz research community demands the step-down of IPCC’’s Rajendra Pachauri. Leibniz president Ernst Rietschel sees climate research “in a difficult situation” in the light of the recent errors and mistakes of the IPCC. Rietschel says:

"Rajendra Pachauri should take the responsibility for this and step down"


How Close will the U.K. Come to Running Out of Natural Gas in Storage this Spring?
Compared to previous years, this heating season in the U.K. has called for record withdrawals of natural gas from U.K. storage to balance demand. This drawdown will result in increased demand for natural gas for refilling of the U.K. storage facilities this spring/summer.


CIA Officer- Robert Steele stresses the importance of Blogging




Totalitarian Collectivism
In an era of government worship, the supreme social heretic, that threatens the regime, cannot be allowed the utterance of seditious sentiments. How dare any man write such subversion?

“When in the Course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation.”



Hollie tells police she was abused by sheriff
Grampian Police have reinterviewed a disabled woman who claims she was abused as a child by an Aberdeen paedo-phile ring which included a senior police officer and a leading Scottish sheriff.

Hollie Greig, 29, who has Down’s Syndrome, claims she was abused for 14 years from the age of six, and has given police the names of some of the men she says assaulted her.


Pfizer to pay $142M for drug fraud
Pharmaceutical giant Pfizer has been ordered to pay $142 million US in damages for fraudulently marketing gabapentin, an anti-seizure drug marketed under the name Neurontin.



Polish priest checks fingerprints for mass attendance
A report in Reuters and documented on a host of blogs and websites describes the latest tactic employed by priests in keeping their young “charges” in line.

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