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Rupert Sheldrake – The Science Delusion BANNED TED TALK

Rupert Sheldrake - The Science Delusion BANNED TED TALK

Re-uploaded as TED have decided to censor Rupert and remove this video from the TEDx youtube channel. Follow this link for TED’s statement on the matter and …
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Dorion Sagan Demands That We Make Science an Adventure Again – io9

Dorion Sagan Demands That We Make Science an Adventure Again – io9
Now the anthropos, the human itself, is coming under pressure. …. Luminous bacteria cram together to provide various marine animals with organs to light their way; deep-sea anglerfish females even use their shiny bacteria lights as lures to catch …
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StudentboxAU – TISC Guide to Science Alternative Pathways at Curtin University

This video will cover the alternative entry courses you can select to minimise your risk when applying for Science at Curtin University. Be sure to check out the Curtin Courses website to find out the majors and courses you can study in the Bachelor of Science | bit.ly Remember, if you have any questions about your TISC preferences or university, post them in our forums in Studentbox. Studentbox is an online community for year 10 to 12 high school students in Western Australia | bit.ly
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The Science and Politics of Cancer (2005) – Part 9

In this presentation, G. Edward Griffin, author of World without Cancer; The Story of Vitamin B17 and founder of the Cancer Cure Foundation, addresses the following topics: * Two opposed views of cancer. * Pancreatic enzymes and food factors in the control of cancer. * How the pharmaceutical cartel captured the medical profession. * How (and why) Sloan Kettering falsified research to discredit Laetrile. * Is there a conspiracy to withhold a control for cancer?
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Introduction – Vox-pops from the case studies. Dr. Robert Jacobs, a Naturopath and cancer expert asks why is that we get particular types of cancer and the relevance of pollutants and free radicals. Later in the programme he uses a diagram to explain the chain of events which need to happen before cancer can occur as part of the first case history. Case Study 1 – Ted was experiencing problems with his prostate and yet, when he went to his GP, was told there was nothing to worry about. Case Study 2 – Our second case study, Joyce, also used complementary therapy. Case Study 3 – Helena had also developed breast cancer five years ago. Case Study 4 – Anthroposophical Medicine.
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PIBT Diploma of Science (Health Studies) Graduate – Niki Quah

What – Alternative pathway into ECU’s undergraduate degrees. PIBT Diploma courses are based on the ECU curriculum, and are equivalent to the first year of an ECU Bachelor degree. Where – PIBT delivers courses on both the ECU Mount Lawley and Joondalup campuses. When – Start in: February, June or October. How – Ask a question or apply today www.pibt.wa.edu.au
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A BS in Biomedical Science Equals Opportunities

National University’s bachelor’s degree completion program in biomedical science offers you the top quality of a private education at an affordable price. Students experience our graduate level faculty and are provided the opportunity to continue into any of our first professional programs. Visit our website at www.nuhs.edu or call 1-800-826-6285.
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Master of Science in Nutrition and Functional Medicine

The University of Western States (UWS) is pleased to offer a new graduate degree program starting in 2012—the Master of Science in Nutrition and Functional Medicine. This program will be offered in most of its entirety on-line, and the program is a collaborative endeavor administered by UWS, accredited by the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU), with educational material licensed from the Institute for Functional Medicine (IFM), the organization which founded and has developed the key functional medicine concepts. The program will be delivered in a distance-learning format using the University’s online learning management system; some courses may have an in-person on-location component. The program consists of 50 quarter-credits of graduate coursework (33 semester credits), and it integrates standard Clinical Nutrition subject material with the systems biology approach of Functional Medicine. Indeed, the key distinguishing feature of this new degree program is the presentation of a standard Clinical Nutrition curriculum within the conceptual context of the Functional Medicine model, which includes important interdisciplinary and evidence-based perspectives, patient assessments, and clinical interventions.