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Education

+ - Al Gore's 'nine Inconvenient Untruths' 1

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Macthorpe
Macthorpe writes "In a news story carried by Telegraph.co.uk, the High Court in the United Kingdom has ruled that Al Gore's famous feature-length film on global warming is a 'political film' and therefore can only be shown to school children with guidance notes to prevent political indoctrination. He reinforces this with 9 key points in the film where specific points of view are raised with little to no evidence to support them. From the article: "Judge Michael Burton ruled yesterday that errors had arisen "in the context of alarmism and exaggeration" in order to support Mr Gore's thesis on global warming [...] the judge ruled that the "apocalyptic vision" presented in the film was politically partisan and thus not an impartial scientific analysis of climate change."
Movies

+ - Netflix Allows Users to watch Movies online

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tolar108
tolar108 writes "Today when I logged into Netflix, I saw a new tab: "Watch Now." Netflix is now allowing subscribers to watch movies streaming online. For every dollar of your subscription fee, you get an hour of movie watching online for the month. So since my subscription fee is $15/month, I can watch 15 hours of movies online each month. Requires ie6+, 2gb free harddrive space, windows xp with service pack 2, windows media player 9+. Help Center: http://www.netflix.com/FAQ?p_search_text=Instant_V iewing&lnkctr=FAQ"

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