Saturday, July 13, 2013


Why does the impartial BBC not tell the story of the great majority? - Telegraph
To be fair to Mr Prebble, he does note occasions where the BBC has failed to reflect breadth of opinion. He points out, for example, that not everyone in the United States who opposes gun control can be described as a “gun nut”. And he does gently reprove the impartiality section of the BBC’s College of Journalism website for including lots of clips from a former BBC environment correspondent “entirely devoted to sustaining the case that climate change is 'settled science’”. He says it “might have been helpful” to have added “a line or two” that climate change “dissenters (or even sceptics) should still occasionally be heard”. This, in an organisation wholly opposed to corporal punishment, is as close as we are ever going to get to a rap on the knuckles.
Woodland Hills Hits Record LOW Temp - Around Town - Woodland Hills, CA Patch
A record low maximum temperature of 78 degrees was set at Pierce College in Woodland Hills Thursday, breaking the old record of 81 set in 1955, according to the National Weather Service.
July 1936, Thousands Dead From The Heat – Mississippi River Almost Dried Up | Real Science

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