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pHinding Solutions Aims to Improve Lab Accuracy

Nothing is as highly valued in laboratory settings as accurate and precise measurements.

With a new product, Nick Jones’s company pHinding SolutIONS aims to improve accuracy and efficiency when it comes to measuring the concentrations of aqueous solutions. 516 more words

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Do you duty and get the information right

The writer’s primary duty is to the audience to provide accurate information even at the cost of friendship and personal comfort, p. 3 of The ABC List of Feature Ideas

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Crush the Castle 2

Even after crushing and capturing Arcturia, the Redvonian King was still longing for more castles to crush. Rumor has it that King Blutias has built sturdier castles in his cluster of islands known as Crushtania the Redvonian King wants them crushed. 11 more words

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BBC Radio 5 Live goes for the emotional jugular in context free promoted item

Last week BBC Radio 5 Live broadcast an interview with a doctor from ‘Medecins du Monde’ who inaccurately claimed that the shortage of medicines and disposables in Gaza Strip hospitals is attributable to Israeli policies. 445 more words

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BBC's Ian Pannell does a convincing impression of Al Aqsa TV

“BBC News aspires to remain the standard-setter for international journalism…” [source]

On July 28th BBC television news audiences viewed some of that ‘standard setting’ journalism in the form of yet more unchallenged Hamas propaganda, this time facilitated by Ian Pannell. 930 more words

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The return of the BBC's Jon Donnison and his tall Twitter tales

As readers may already be aware, one of the people recently ‘parachuted in’ by the BBC to provide back-up to its local staff since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge is former Gaza correspondent Jon Donnison. 308 more words

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Misleading BBC presentation of a 'ceasefire' and its 'breaches'

On July 27th BBC television news programmes aired a report by Ian Pannell which also appeared on the BBC News website under the title “ 1,627 more words

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