Who’s really waging the ‘war on science’?
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If you look for example at this terrible tragedy which occurred only a few weeks ago at a beach resort in North Korea involving a South Korean tourist. He was shot dead while walking along the beach by a North Korean security personnel...
"They were sitting a couple of seats in front of me and as I said quite clearly yesterday, I didn’t hear what they were saying. It was just an animated conversation which I observed to be quite friendly, ass was occurring between President Bush and a number of other world leaders."Fittingly, at the above link, Rudd also adds to his impressive pantheon of reasons to terminate the interview.
"This is a top, Olympic-class field..." (by a swimming commentator).
"She doesn't have many opportunities left. She only has one snatch." (At the weightlifting).
Dear SirIt looks like another long, cold week waiting by the letterbox. For those who have not kept up with the story so far, details here.
I wrote to you on July 13, and sent a reminder on July 27 seeking a response to a question - and am yet to receive a response.
The question is: what is the source to validate your repeated claims in the media that Australia is the hottest and driest continent in the world?
Dear Senator Wong
On the television programme, Q&A you said that depending on which table you were reading, Australia or the United States has the first or second highest carbon emissions per capita in the world.
Could you tell me your source for this claim?