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Study indicates finding a positive parental balance is key

Jamie Hanlon EurekAlert Wondering why your toddler is acting up? University of Alberta researcher Christina Rinaldi says it may be time to take a look at your parental style—and your partner’s. Rinaldi’s study, which appears in Early Childhood Research Quarterly, … Continue reading

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Rewriting history: “treatment” of climate sceptics disappears from University of Oregon press statement

Anthony Watts WUWT UPDATE: University of Oregon responds, see Update #3 below. I’ve been purposely ignoring this ugly pronouncement related to “Planet Under Pressure“, because well, it was just so beyond ugly and it brought up visions of the Soviet … Continue reading

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Fight for afro’s right

Laura Sparkes Today Tonight It could be Australia’s most expensive hair style, costing more than $100,000, and it belongs to a school boy who’s been expelled for his afro. His school ordered him to get it cut, and when he … Continue reading

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Smart meter hacking can disclose which TV shows and movies you watch

Chester Wisniewski Naked Security At the 28th Chaos Computing Congress (28c3) hacker conference in Berlin, Germany researchers presented a talk titled “Smart Hacking for Privacy”where they looked into the privacy implications of “smart” electricity meters. In Germany consumers who wish … Continue reading

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Bride Kidnapping – Kyrgyzstan

Source: Journeyman Pictures A young woman is washing her hands under a water pump when three men surround her from behind. They reach out and grab her. She screams, kicks, struggles and cries as her future husband watches on. This … Continue reading

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Charles Gregoire de Rothschild to Advise Exmovere

Source: GlobeNewsWire MCLEAN, Va., Dec. 12, 2011 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Gregoire de Rothschild has agreed to advise Exmovere Holdings, Inc (Frankfurt:X3M). Mr. de Rothschild and his company GDR Privee, Inc. today expressed full support for the company, its products and … Continue reading

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The Story of Bottled Water (2010)

Source: Youtube The Story of Bottled Water, released on March 22, 2010 (World Water Day) employs the Story of Stuff style to tell the story of manufactured demand—how you get Americans to buy more than half a billion bottles of … Continue reading

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Why binge drinking makes you forgetful – it damages your ability to lay down long-term memories

Claire Bates Daily Mail Students who enjoy regular pub crawls are putting their long-term memory at risk, scientists warn. A study has found that binge drinking affects the brain’s hippocampus, which plays a key role in learning and memory. This … Continue reading

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