The Cancer Business

Jul 25, 2012 by

In Britain, at the present time, around one third of general hospital patients are suffering from cancer. Two out of five of the population have, or will develop, the disease.   If we accept the figures, for cancer incidence, of 30 percent in 1980, 40 percent now and 50 percent in the year 2010, at [...]

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Stonehenge: A Symbol of Unity?

Jun 23, 2012 by

Stonehenge was built as a monument to unify the peoples of Britain, researchers have concluded after 10 years of archaeological investigations. Dismissing all previous theories, scientists working on the Stonehenge Riverside Project (SRP) believe the enigmatic stone circle was built as a grand act of union after a long period of conflict between east and [...]

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45,000 caught cheating at Britain’s universities

Mar 11, 2012 by

Tens of thousands of students in universities across Britain have been caught cheating in exams and coursework – and the trend is on the rise, according to a investigation by The Independent on Sunday. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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Ancient Meteorite, Britain’s Biggest, Likely Found Centuries Ago At Druid Burial Site

Feb 10, 2012

With a weight that rivals a baby elephant, a meteorite that fell from space some 30,000 years ago is likely Britain’s largest space rock. And after much sleuthing, researchers think they know where it came from and how it survived so long without weathering away. See it on Scoop.it, via Mindscape

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The Battle Rages On…

Apr 06, 2011

Just a day or so ago, I was luxuriating in the sight of Anne the elephant relishing her new-found freedom in Longleat Safari Park. It was heartwarming to learn of her sheer happiness after the vile abuse she’d received at the hands of her Romanian ‘groom’ Nicolae, who has now apparently fled Britain, but my [...]

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The Libyan and German “Flights of Icarus”

Apr 01, 2011

As Special Agent Fox Mulder once observed, “If coincidences are just coincidences, why do they feel so contrived?” He was right, of course, because there is some thing about coincidences that makes us sit up and take notice, while we often look into them for deeper meaning. Regardless of whether or not we can divine [...]

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