"Because in Cyberspace, no one can hear you scream."
Friday, June 10, 2005
[Media Source*] Here are some blogs of note that caught this blogger's eye and are worth a reader's glance.
- (One Free Korea) Forecast for North Korea-Less Filling, More Fission: " There are more alarming signs that famine may again worsen in North Korea, reports the BBC. The report quotes writer Paul French, who blames Stalinist collectivization for destroying any incentive to increase production, given that the any surplus will be skimmed off."
- (The Black Kettle) New 'Sanhedrin' plans: "We live in interesting times. (quote) The Israeli rabbinical council involved with re-establishing the Sanhedrin, is calling upon all groups involved in Temple Mount research to prepare detailed architectural plans for the reconstruction of the Jewish Holy Temple."
- (Captains Quarters) Who Took Their Eyes Off Of The Western Pacific, And Why? "The Washington Times reports that the CIA has missed the rapid expansion of the Chinese military over the past ten years, raising questions once again about the effectiveness of the nation's intelligence infrastructure. Starting in the mid-90s, the Chinese expansion of their submarine, missile, and other defense technologies has created "surprise" at Langley, a word that has come up a lot lately at CIA headquarters..."
- (World Mag Blog) Breaking the rules of science: "Researchers from the University of Minnesota are studying misconduct among scientists and have discovered some startling stats: Over 5% of scientists surveyed "tossed out data because the information contradicted their previous research." Over 15% of scientists surveyed "changed a study's design or results to satisfy a sponsor, or ignored observations because they had a 'gut feeling' they were inaccurate.""
- (Regime Change Iran) Disillusioned Iran students turn backs on election: "Whether cowed by crackdowns, pacified by an increase in social freedoms or simply resigned, Iran's students are no longer the force that once spearheaded a revolution or agitated for liberal reform."
- (Flickr Blog) Kalma: "Andrew Heavens is posting photographs of the recent unrest in Ethiopia. Please note that some photographs may not be suitable for all viewers."
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