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European Home Education Conference 2011: Neil Taylor

Neil Taylor Home Education Forums “The people never give up their liberty but under some delusion.” Edmund Burke 1784 It is the nature and intent of that delusion which I want to explore in this talk in the hope of … Continue reading

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Frozen Planet scandal: Sir David Attenborough defends fake polar bear footage

Source: Mirror SIR David Attenborough yesterday defended Frozen Planet’s fake polar bear footage – by comparing BBC nature documentaries to movies. In a surprising justification for duping millions of viewers, the TV star argued that owning up to splicing archive … Continue reading

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The BBC: less trustworthy, more dangerous than a cannibal polar bear

Source: Telegraph Today’s endangered polar bear story du jour comes, you won’t be at all surprised to hear, from the BBC’s news website. An “environmental photojournalist” named Jenny E Ross took a photograph of a polar bear eating a cub … Continue reading

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Bipolar kids: Victims of the ‘madness industry’?

Source: NewScientist THERE’S a children’s picture book in the US called Brandon and the Bipolar Bear. Brandon and his bear sometimes fly into unprovoked rages. Sometimes they’re silly and overexcited. A nice doctor tells them they are ill, and gives … Continue reading

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