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Was in der Gelsenkirchener Kinderklinik geschieht, ist nicht wissenschaftlich, sondern es ist Folter an Schutzbefohlenen.

ERFAHRUNGSBERICHTE VON MÜTTERN in der Gelsenkirchener Kinderklinik

"Wissenschaftlich abgesichert"? Etwa so gut abgesichert, daß Langer es seit 20 Jahren wohlweislich vermieden hat, seine Dissertation der Öffentlichkeit zu zeigen? Wo ist sein Doktortitel, wenn er promoviert hat? Wo ist seine NACHGEWIESENE Erfolgsstatistik?

Die Akte Ernst August Stemmann und die Kinderklinik Gelsenkirchen

Dr. Wolfgang Klosterhalfen
"Der folgende Artikel stammt aus den Jahren 2005-2008. Darin kritisiere ich das „Gelsenkirchener Behandlungsverfahren“ von Prof. Ernst August Stemmann, aus dem die „Multimodale 3-Phasen-Therapie“ der langjährigen Stemmann-Mitarbeiter Dietmar Langer und Dr. Kurt-André Lion hervorgegangen ist:

Dr. Wolfgang Klosterhalfen:
Vollständige Transkription des SWR-Interviews

Dr. Herbert Renz-Polster
"Elternschule" jetzt im Fernsehen

Elternschule – so geht Erziehung!

Die Elternschule – geht weiter…

Elternschule – wer hat die Filmrollen vertauscht?

Elternschule – Therapie in Not

Elternschule für Kinderärzte

Die Elternschule und der liebe Gott

Wer schreibt da von wem ab?

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Author Topic: CNN is shutting down their science-and-technology unit.  (Read 1394 times)


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CNN is shutting down their science-and-technology unit.
« on: December 11, 2008, 01:57:04 PM »

Boo on you, CNN

Category: TV
Posted on: December 4, 2008 1:36 PM, by Jake Young

CNN is shutting down their science-and-technology unit. Not that it was much of a unit considering there was only one reporter:

CNN has decided to shutter its science and technology unit -- a move that will result in the loss of seven jobs including veteran space correspondent Miles O'Brien.

The other six jobs are producers, the Atlanta-based cable news network said Wednesday.

"Miles has made many contributions to CNN over the years. He is a terrific reporter, and we wish him all the best," the network said in a statement. His departure date has not been set.

The decision to do away with science-and-tech reporting as a standalone unit is an editorial one, not an economic one, the media company said. Instead, those stories will be integrated into other parts of the network, CNN spokeswoman Christa Robinson said. For example, the bulk of the network's environmental coverage is part of Anderson Cooper 360's "Planet in Peril" occasional series.

(Emphasis mine.)

As for the reason "being editorial, not economic," I call bullshit. This is only editorial in the sense that CNN has chosen not to prioritize good science reporting. And that absence of priorities shows because if you have ever watched CNN science reporting, it was pretty piss poor already. Whether it is Sanjay Gupta and Larry King giving the antivax crowd a mic or their complete aversion to any complexity, CNN has repeatedly dropped the ball on science issues.

The economy is rough all-over, but it a shame to see a major network throwing in the towel.

Go on reading there:

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