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What do doctors say to ‘alternative therapists’ when a patient dies? Nothing. We never talk | Ranjana Srivastava

Every oncologist tells a tale of financial and psychological ruin, experienced by the family after the patient dies. Continue reading

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Magical Thinking In NZ Politics

Ms Turner has publicly shared her beliefs on Facebook on the validity of stigmata … and she believes Mr Trump was anointed by God. Continue reading

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USA Government – bought to you by Coca Cola

“Trump’s tax plan would give 47 percent of its benefits to the richest one percent of taxpayers. Paul Ryan’s tax plan is even purer — it gives 76 percent of its cuts to the richest one percent in its first year, and by 2025 would feed 99.6 percent of its benefits to the top 1 percent.” Continue reading

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Why I’d Rather Cuddle with a Shark than a Kissing Bug

“You might be surprised to learn that the heavyweights of the animal kingdom do the least damage. Pound for pound, a shark isn’t that scary compared with many smaller creatures on the list.” Continue reading

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President Barack Obama on Feminism

“It’s important for them to see role models out in the world who climb to the highest levels of whatever field they choose. And yes, it’s important that their dad is a feminist, because now that’s what they expect of all men.” Continue reading

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Was Ada Lovelace the first Programmer?

“… in 1833, her mentor, the polymath Mary Somerville, presented her to the mathematician Charles Babbage, often considered the father of computing.” Continue reading

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Mass Misinformation – Confirmation Bias

“The global risk of massive digital misinformation sits at the centre of a constellation of technological and geopolitical risks ranging from terrorism tocyber attacks and the failure of global governance.”

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