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Scientific journalism and extreme biology

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Journalism is not a crime, by Ian Woolf,
Matthew Laplante talks about his book Superlative: The biology of extremes, Part 1
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Matthew Laplante standing in a temperate forest
Matthew Laplante

The Psychology of Getting Julian Assange - part 1 What's torture got to do with it?
Demasking The Torture of Julian Assange
Julian Assange's clear and present danger
The British-American coup that ended Australian independence
Arbib revealed as secret US source
With Ecuador’s Cooperation Bought by IMF Loans, Washington Waxes Optimistic on Assange Extradition
Australia's national security laws should protect the country, not its politicians in power
In Defense Of WikiLeaks: Looking At Cables On Pharmaceutical Drugs And Trade Pressures
Facts and myths in the WikiLeaks/Guardian saga
Leak at WikiLeaks A Dispatch Disaster in Six Acts

Bradley Manning leak did not result in deaths by enemy forces, court hears

UN expert criticizes States for ‘ganging up’ on Wikileaks’ Assange; warns against extradition, fearing ‘serious’ rights violations
Assange Case: Agreed statement of facts and issues
Swedish allegations and closure of the case
Yank in the ranks
Gillard red-faced after calling WikiLeaks 'illegal'
Julian Assange’s Beard
UN Special Rapporteur On Torture Exposes Anti-Assange Smear Campaign
Debunking All The Assange Smears
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange suffers from 'psychological torture:' UN expert
Senate Intel slips sentence into bill that could lead to spying on US citizens
May Curious Eyes Never Run Dry, by Felicity Ruby and Scott Ludlam

June 17, 2019

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