Tag Archives: Myth

Don’t knock foreign labour, Ferguson says

AAP If Australians don’t want high-paid mining jobs they shouldn’t hold back the nation by opposing imported labour, federal resources minister Martin Ferguson says. Asked why the federal government’s $3000-$9000 incentives for skilled workers to relocate to remote areas appeared … Continue reading

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Ban Ki Moon Declares “Model Of Consumption Dead”, Envisions World Of Forced Environmental Labor

P Gosselin NoTricksZone UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has written a guest piece for Der Spiegel. In it he declares that “consumption is dead” and that a new economic model is needed for the planet. However, like everyone one … Continue reading

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Eight glasses of water a myth – academic

Sydney Morning Herald AAP DRINKING eight glasses of water a day to lose weight and stay healthy is a myth, a Melbourne academic says. Australian recommendations suggest an adequate daily fluid intake is about 2.8 litres for women and 3.4 … Continue reading

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Mining jobs myth

Damien Hansen Today Tonight The great mining myth is that there are high-paying jobs just waiting for anyone who’s prepared to work hard and live in isolated communities.

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Is free will a myth or the foundation of law and order?

Michael Cook BioEdge Calvin was deemed a heretic by Catholics for preaching that only the predestined elect would be saved and that the predestined reprobate were all toast. That was in the 16th century, but the battle over free will … Continue reading

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Cholesterol Drugs Likely Poisoning Patients

Source: AP A growing body of clinical research now indicates that the cholesterol-lowering class of drugs known as statins, is associated with over 300 adverse health effects — research boldly flying in the face of national health policy, medical insurance … Continue reading

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Six Degrees of Separation

Documentary unfolding the science behind the idea of six degrees of separation. Originally thought to be an urban myth, it now appears that anyone on the planet can be connected in just a few steps of association. Six degrees of … Continue reading

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