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Attends Theodor Heuss Gymnasium, Waltrop
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The body grows more sensitive to alcohol as the years go by.
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Canada's provinces and territories establish expert group to advise on assisted dying
You might recall that the Canadian federal government established an external panel to advise it on legislative options on assisted dying. Telling the Supreme Court of Canada what it really thinks of it, the Harper then stacked the panel with anti-choice ac...
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Although the full ramifications of the AIPMT scandal are still unfolding, on July 15, the Central Bureau of Investigation began probing a much deeper medical school entrance exam scandal in Madhya Pradesh state after a public outcry over slow investigations by local police.
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What's Wrong? has formed a special partnership with three journals: Bioethics, the Journal of Applied Philosophy, and the Journal of Social Philosophy. The editors of each journal, in conjunction w...
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Health Care - Not an Issue for Major Political Parties in Canada's Federal Election Campaigns
It's a somewhat surreal election campaign that is currently in full swing in Canada. It stays clearly of issues of vital importance to Canada and Canadians. There we have a rapidly ageing population and really  we need a national seniors strategy that accou...
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Surveys and surveys - The Canadian Medical Association should know better
The Canadian Medical Association currently debates the issue of assisted dying. That's a reassuring thing as everything points in the direction of doctors becoming the gatekeepers once assisted dying is regulated and will be made available to eligible Canad...
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Joint Open Letter to Prime Minister and President of Bangladesh: re the killings of secularist bloggers by Islamist fanatics
To Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina and President Abdul Hamid, We, concerned members of the blogging and activist community of Bangladesh and internationally, along with representatives of human rights organisations and other civil society organisations and sup...
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Fighting Imaginary Enemies in Bioethics Publishing
The Australia based Journal of Bioethical Inquiry has recently published two papers [1] , [2] by the same group of authors. One of these papers was a Letter to the Editor,
hence it is not entirely clear whether or not it was peer reviewed. Let’s call
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Is there something wrong with motivating for effective altruism?
Peter Singer has come up with what struck me at the time as an obvious proposition, namely that we should maximize the good we can reasonably produce in the world with the means that are available to us . He rightly thinks that that should impact on the kin...
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I have eaten a few times in this pub. Frankly, I have no idea why people complain about the food or its prices. This is distinctly above-your-average pub-food quality, and the prices are very reasonable. Try the spring rolls for current 11$, they're nearly a meal replacement, that's how substantial the portions are. Service is ok, well, and as to the interior. It's an odd mix of stuff. In the back they've the venue for life performances, then another section with piles of pool tables, a large patio for the summer months and then yet another section for dance music which is also used for diners. It's just a massive place, nothing cozy about it, but I'm glad it is in the neighbourhood. Service is also usually friendly and competent.
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I love this little gem of an airport. Most convenient for flights to Chicago and onwards. They offer free espresso, parking and wifi. Delightful.
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Must say that I am a bit bemused about this company.I own various of its products, including two imacs, an ipad (1st gen), a macbook air and a timecapsule. Well, one of the imacs (cost me new about 1700$ or thereabouts) crapped up on me within less than two years and the Apple geniuses in Ottawa tell me that it would cost me 800$ to fix a component that should be working flawlessly for another couple of yrs. The Ipad shuts down programs randomly for no good reason at all, the brand new Timecapsule didn't work at all. Might all be coincidence, of course, but really I think at this stage that their hardware sucks beyond belief. I'm pretty much giving up on Apple and will buy a cheaper competitor's product (they won't offer much worse performance and reliability either, unfortunately, but at less than half the Apple price). I'm puzzled that this company believes it will survive by charging the living hell out of people for its products and offering precious little quality in return. Bit like Vaio really, this premium brand eventually also sank without a trace due to continuing quality issues. And no, Apple genius, it ain't good enough to charge another 800 $ for a repair that should never have been necessary at that point in the life of the computer...
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