fix articles 100669, senior research fellow
The Ethics & Language of Lockdown. How the intended solution became the problem (tags)
Long term restrictions like lockdowns are self-defeating...It was inevitable that, at some point, issues of intergenerational justice would be raised, given there is only so much you can ethically ask the majority of people to sacrifice to protect a small minority. Such unfairness is an under-appreciated ethical problem.
apologies from the NWO (tags)
these idiot phds here are sons of teller no doubt and basically just in it for the money---NOTICE THE PART ABOUT ASSET DEFENSE. THIS IS APOLOGY AND JUSTIFIFCATION (JUST THE BEGINNING -2004) BY THE LYING SHYSTERS WHO HAVE BEEN EXPERIMENTING ON YOU AND YOURS FOR THE LAST 5 YEARS HEAVY....BE WELL ADVISED DIRECTED ENERGY WEAPONS ARE WHAT THE CHEMTRAILING IS ALL ABOUT, BUT MACRO, AND WITH NO REGARD FOR YOUR HEALTH...THESE SCUMBAGS ARE ONLY INTERESTED IN THINGS LIKE LOCAL ASSET DEFENSE....HAHA...B
Capitalism is Killing Free Trade (tags)
Are libertarians going to allow their ideology to do their thinking? What good does it do for libertarians to go into denial and to call me, patronizingly, names?
Wave the Flag To Deceive (tags)
To justify the war, the scoundrel Wolfowitz dishonestly points his finger at a Muslim response to the invasion he orchestrated: "more than 200 captured foreign terrorists who came to Iraq to kill Americans." Terrorists daily praise Wolfowitz for putting our troops in their sights.
Independent Science Panel Report On GM In Food (tags)
8.98 million farmers adopted sustainable agriculture practices on 28.92 million hectares in Asia, Latin America and Africa; reliable data from 89 projects show higher productivity and yields: 50-100% increase in yield for rainfed crops, and 5-10% for irrigated crops; top successes include Burkina Faso, which turned a cereal deficit of 644 kg per year to an annual surplus of 153 kg, Ethiopia, where 12 500 households enjoyed 60% increase in crop yields, and Honduras and Guatemala, where 45 000 families increased yields from 400-600 kg/ha to 2,000-2,500 kg/ha.