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Leigh Phillips looks at Richard Dawkins' proposal to put scientists instead of bishops in the House of Lords Richard Dawkins. Photo: Shane Pope/Flickr Richard Dawkins, professional atheist and Twitter provocateur, has branched out beyond his recent
Staff writer Toyo University professor Mitsuhisa Watanabe, a polemicist on active faults, has fought a long losing battle against Japan's nuclear industrial complex. His research, ringing the alarm bell about active faults under and near nuclear
Board members will be required to make recommendations to cut Medicare funding in years when spending growth exceeds targeted rates. The board is not allowed to recommend changes in premiums, benefits, eligibility, or taxes, or other changes that
Apr 30 2012 There is an ongoing scientific discussion about the safety of long term cell phone use. The primary question is whether or not long term exposure to non-ionizing radiation can increase the risk of brain cancer. There are further
Assault And Stone-Pelting On Koodankulam Nuclear Power Plant Protestors Including Women Activists Dear Chairperson, National Human Rights Commission, I am a Human rights activist and journalist. I am sharing my deep concern the attack and stone
UN expert panel copied from Weisss book, Channel 4 documentary [TamilNet, Thursday, 07 July 2011, 09:33 GMT] Speaking on BBCs HardTalk program Tuesday, Prof. Rajiva Wijesinghe, advisor to the Sri Lankan President on reconciliation, claimed the UN
Sri Lanka (AP) — A United Nations report that gives credence to allegations of human rights abuses during the bloody end of Sri Lanka's civil war has given some victims' families hope for justice, while others say the U.N. action comes too late.