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Scientific Racism: The Eugenics of Social Darwinism

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Eugenics is currently defined as the “applied science or the bio-social movement which advocates the use of practices aimed at improving the genetic composition of a population.
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Undercover Social Worker The Wrongful Acts In Social Work Malpractice

Undercover Social Worker The Wrongful Acts In Social Work Malpractice | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Undercover Social Worker The Wrongful Acts In Social Work Malpractice Social workers have immense powers and terrible responsibilities.   If they make a wrong decision, the consequences can be cata...
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Richard Dawkins: 'immoral' to allow Down's syndrome babies to be born - Telegraph.co.uk

Richard Dawkins: 'immoral' to allow Down's syndrome babies to be born - Telegraph.co.uk | Eugenics | Scoop.it
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Richard Dawkins: 'immoral' to allow Down's syndrome babies to be born.
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Low power laser treatment could help grow your teeth back - light stimulates dentin to form

Low power laser treatment could help grow your teeth back - light stimulates dentin to form | Eugenics | Scoop.it

No more fillings! Scientists have figured out how to regenerate dentin, the material inside our teeth.

 

The new study published in Science Translational Medicine shows that a low-power laser can trigger stem cells in your tooth to form dentin.

 

As Sarah Zhang reports for Gizmodo, currently dentists can only replace damaged dentin with synthetic material, for example, when you get a filling or root canal.

 

But using this new technique, dentists may soon be able to actually regrow your tooth.


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It's about time for medicine - dentistry in this case - to work with the natural healing ability of the body...

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Having your teeth  for life http://normlawlor.blogspot.ca

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Revealed: the dirty secret of the UK’s poultry industry

Revealed: the dirty secret of the UK’s poultry industry | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Two-thirds of fresh retail chicken in the UK is contaminated with campylobacter, a nasty bug that affects about 280,000 people a year. We investigate why

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This story has taken 14 years to come out!

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Tokyo in danger from Fukushima radiation, says Japanese doctor

Tokyo in danger from Fukushima radiation, says Japanese doctor | Eugenics | Scoop.it

Japan Doctor: “Tokyo should no longer be inhabited” — Everyone here is a victim of Fukushima — People truly suffering — Bleeding under skin, urinary hemorrhaging — Children’s blood tests started changing last year — Time running short… up to physicians to save our citizens and future 

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NewsNow: AIDS/HIV News | Breaking News & Search 24/7

Track breaking AIDS/HIV headlines on NewsNow: the one-stop shop for AIDS/HIV news
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Most NSA spy data relates to innocent internet users, report shows - ComputerWeekly.com

Most NSA spy data relates to innocent internet users, report shows - ComputerWeekly.com | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Boing Boing Most NSA spy data relates to innocent internet users, report shows ComputerWeekly.com The paper's study shows that even when focused on legitimate targets, the NSA's surveillance programmes collected conversations mainly between...
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Exclusive: Controversial US scientist creates deadly new flu strain for pandemic research

Exclusive: Controversial US scientist creates deadly new flu strain for pandemic research | Eugenics | Scoop.it
A controversial scientist who carried out provocative research on making influenza viruses more infectious has completed his most dangerous experiment to date by deliberately creating a pandemic strain of flu that can evade the human immune system.

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What are Positive and negative effects of science and technology?

What are Positive and negative effects of science and technology? | Eugenics | Scoop.it
You can sum up both things in one word: Knowledge. Knowledge can either be good or bad, because there are some things that you would prefer to ignore,.

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Siting Xiong's comment, July 24, 2013 6:19 AM
The knowledge is good or bad that depends on people's different views, but we have to amit that benefits more than drawbacks by science given. And this article list some negative effects ad positive effects.
Yik Yuen Tin's comment, July 24, 2013 7:11 AM
Everything has a good side and bad side including technology. This reading show us the knowledge can be good effects and negative effects for us.
Yi Jin's comment, July 29, 2013 2:55 AM
Technology science brings both positive and negative impact to people. It can make people communicate more convenient and have a better understanding of the world. But in the meanwhile it will make a lot of pollution to destroy the environment.
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NAACP seeks to extend deadline for eugenics claims :: WRAL.com

NAACP seeks to extend deadline for eugenics claims :: WRAL.com | Eugenics | Scoop.it
North Carolina's NAACP is sending an open letter to the governor, speaker of the House and state Senate leaders seeking a yearlong deadline extension for victims of the state's eugenics program.
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Facebook secretly experiments with users' News Feeds

A recently published study reveals that nearly 700000 people were unwitting participants in an experiment conducted by the social network. CNET's Sumi Das explains how News Feeds were manipulated...
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Legal Research

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My name is Ngozi and I am a Family Rights Advocate.I am not a legal professional and do not practice law or purport to do so in any way. My knowledge and skills are based on my own personal experience.
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His Honour JUDGE RUMBELOW QC (Arthur Anthony Rumbelow QC) A Circuit Court Judge Assigned to the Northern Circuit.

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The Court of Last Resort

The Court of Last Resort | Eugenics | Scoop.it
July 1 marks the 10th anniversary of the entry into force of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the first permanent international court with a mandate to investigate, charge, and try people suspected of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes worldwide. At the ripe old age of 10, the court has become a high-profile institution on the world stage -- central to nearly every call for international justice for the most serious crimes. Nearly two-thirds of the United Nations' membership, 121 states, have ratified the ICC's statute, which legally obligates them to cooperate with the court. And the ICC is staying busy: The current docket includes the cases of, among others, three heads of state, a former vice president from a fourth country, and two presidential candidates from a fifth.In August, judges will consider sending former Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo, now in court custody, to trial. Meanwhile, there are growing, but initial diplomatic efforts are under way to have those Syrian officials responsible for alleged crimes appear before the ICC.

At the same time, however, the court has been unable to take custody of several leading suspects such as Sudanese President Omar Hassan al-Bashir and the Lord's Resistance Army's Joseph Kony, who continue to reap murder and sow mayhem. In addition, the Office of the Prosecutor has failed to pursue any investigations outside Africa. In just the last few weeks, in the starkest crisis in the court's institutional life, an ICC defense lawyer and three staffers visiting Muammar al-Qaddafi's son, Saif al-Islam, have been detained by a militia in Libya that is holding him.

 

The ICC is also managing a large investigative docket and caseload. It is conducting investigations in seven countries -- in the Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Darfur in Sudan, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Libya, and Uganda. The Office of the Prosecutor is also considering whether to open investigations in Afghanistan, Colombia, Georgia, Guinea, Honduras, Nigeria, and South Korea. Meanwhile, the court's investigations have spawned renewed interest in bolstering national prosecution of serious crimes in Congo, Guinea, and Uganda. These initiatives could be a lasting spillover effect of the ICC as "a court of last resort."

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In establishing a judicial institution with this extraordinary mandate, there were bound to be shortcomings. And there have been serious problems. Some are caused by external conditions, while others are performance problems internal to the workings of the court.

First among external challenges is the ICC's dependence on countries to execute its arrest warrants because it does not have a police force. This causes delays and obstacles in getting custody of suspects. Thus, President Bashir and two other ICC suspects who are Sudanese government officials remain at liberty as Khartoum unleashes a new round of atrocities in southern Sudan. Robust diplomatic backup by the states that have joined the treaty, as well as the U.N. and the European Union, is crucial to bringing about compliance with arrest warrants, but support has been more of an inconsistent, on-again, off-again quality, depending on political circumstances.

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Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney Misconduct And Ethics In California

Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney Misconduct And Ethics In California | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Divorce Lawyer And Family Law Attorney Misconduct And Ethics In California "Attorneys frequently select out-of-context material in order to enhance their positions in courts of law." "[The attorney...
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New technology connects NICU babies to families - Joplin Globe

New technology connects NICU babies to families - Joplin Globe | Eugenics | Scoop.it
New technology connects NICU babies to families
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Called Angel Eye, it's a secure, Web-based camera system that will allow parents and up to 20 loved ones to remotely see the baby via a live feed.
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Simplify Your Life: 40 Ideas to Simplify Your Life With Some Extras Thrown In

Simplify Your Life: 40 Ideas to Simplify Your Life With Some Extras Thrown In | Eugenics | Scoop.it
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Chinese Researchers Create Disease-Resistant Wheat by Deleting Genes - Mashable

Chinese Researchers Create Disease-Resistant Wheat by Deleting Genes - Mashable | Eugenics | Scoop.it
International Business Times UK Chinese Researchers Create Disease-Resistant Wheat by Deleting Genes Mashable The gene-deletion trick is particularly tough to do in wheat because the plant has three genomes — with largely similar copies of the same...

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HIV Returns In Infected Toddler, Dashing Hopes Of Imminent Cure

HIV Returns In Infected Toddler, Dashing Hopes Of Imminent Cure | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Federal officials have announced that a young Mississippi girl, once thought to have been cured of HIV, now once again has detectable levels of the virus.
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Amnesty calls for action on Ombudsman’s report on Roma children wrongly taken into care

Amnesty calls for action on Ombudsman’s report on Roma children wrongly taken into care | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Amnesty International Ireland today welcomed the Government’s publication of the report of the independent Special Inquiry by the Ombudsman for Children into the removal of two Roma children from their families in October 2013 based on unfounded concerns regarding their identity.
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Colm O’Gorman, Executive Director, Amnesty International Ireland said: “We welcome the Government’s mandating the Children’s Ombudsman to conduct this inquiry. Today’s public apology by the Taoiseach and Minister to the two families is also important and welcome. However, the substantive response to the report will be the real test of the Government’s resolve. We urge that the report’s recommendations are implemented fully and swiftly.  

 

The Ombudsman’s report finds the individual Garda in one of these cases did not hold prejudicial attitudes toward Roma. Nevertheless, the actions were discriminatory. In the second case, the Gardaí’s actions were deemed by the Ombudsman to meet the definition of ‘ethnic profiling’.

 

 “Steps must be taken to ensure this discriminatory approach is not repeated. While the Ombudsman found no evidence from these cases of systemic racial profiling within An Garda Síochána, measures must be taken to identify and address any such concerns.

 

”When Ireland declined recommendations made to it by members of the UN Human Rights Council during its Universal Periodic Review in 2011 concerning racial profiling by its police, it stated that ‘An Garda Síochána does not engage in, or carry out, this practice’.  It is time for the Government and the Gardaí to now determine if there is indeed a problem of racial profiling to be addressed.” said Colm O’Gorman. 

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'They Want to Cleanse the Christians:' 10,000 Flee Christian Communities in Northern Iraq as ISIS Takes Over Mosul, Says UNHCR

'They Want to Cleanse the Christians:' 10,000 Flee Christian Communities in Northern Iraq as ISIS Takes Over Mosul, Says UNHCR | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Some 10,000 people fled this week from predominantly Christian communities in Qaraqosh, Iraq, a neighboring city to Mosul where members of the militant group, Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) have reportedly overrun and are now viciously attacking Christians who fail to pay a poll tax.
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Kukamas abandon hunger strike over Peruvian Amazon oil pollution

Kukamas abandon hunger strike over Peruvian Amazon oil pollution | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Indigenous people call off action following meeting with representatives over their ‘failure’ to aid to contaminated communities

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Victims of NC forced sterilization program tell their stories :: WRAL.com

Victims of NC forced sterilization program tell their stories :: WRAL.com | Eugenics | Scoop.it
Several victims of North Carolina's nearly five-decade-long forced sterilization program testified Wednesday to a board deciding how to compensate people whose ability to have children was taken away from them in the name of improving society.
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Nearly 3,000 of the roughly 7,600 North Carolinians sterilized between 1929 and 1975 are still alive. The Eugenics Task Force is considering whether they should be given money or other types of assistance.

 

Elaine Riddick said she was sterilized in 1968 at age 13, a year after being raped by a neighbor and giving birth.

 

"They cut me open like I was a hog," a sobbing Riddick said. "My body was too young for what they did."

 

Other victims said they were lied to about the purpose of the surgery.

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The Court of Last Resort

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See on Scoop.it - EugenicsJuly 1 marks the 10th anniversary of the entry into force of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), the first permanent international court with a man...
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Northampton Borough Council: Statement

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Is Big Pharma the Culprit Behind the Painkiller Epidemic?

Is Big Pharma the Culprit Behind the Painkiller Epidemic? | Eugenics | Scoop.it

More Americans die from overdosing on painkillers each year than from heroin and cocaine combined.

 

If that isn’t proof enough of an epidemic, consider this: In the U.S., 45 people are killed by these opiate-based medications every day. 

 

Now a new report has found a villain to blame for the country’s addiction to pain meds: doctors operating under the influence of big pharma.


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The business of health ... or shall we say the business of illness. 

If illness is profit, you'll have more illness.