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... a team of Percheron horses drags off the dead bull, and at a plaza outside the bullring, the animal is further bled into a bucket and then trucked away to a slaughterhouse, butcher Javier Soto Zabalza told writer Paul D. Thacker for an article ...
Crummy suggested that her listeners should comb the web for any evidence of potential "bias" that could be used to undermine a journalist's reporting. ... Are they a member of, you know, a business group or environmental group? .... In 2005, PBS ...

"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," the UCS' Michael Halpern said in an interview with the Associated Press.
In science as in politics, most people agree that transparency is essential. Top journals now require authors to disclose their funding sources so that readers can judge the possibility of bias, and the British Medical Journal recently required authors ...
There are differing opinions in the scientific community on safety and environmental impacts. The World ... A journalist for Forbes has mused whether FOIA requests to scientists are harmful to academic research. ... Paul D. Thacker is a writer living ...
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.

"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records," said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
"We don't want to work in an environment where every keystroke is subject to public records,'' said Michael Halpern, who oversees strategy at the Center for science and democracy at the Union of Concerned Scientists, founded at MIT in 1969.
Now the Sunday, 10 January, New York Times has elevated the contrary argument by publishing Paul D. Thacker's commentary "scientists, give up your emails.
NOAAMelting NOAA HistoryClimate scientists funded by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are resisting subpoenas for their emails and other communications from the House of Representatives Committee of science, Space and ...
The announcement gave examples involving, for example, climate scientists supporting the climate consensus, climate scientists opposing it, tobacco health-effects researchers, an environmental chemist "saddled with 'the largest open records request ...
(TNS) If the public pays your salary, citizens have the right - within limits - to see what you're doing. That's the principle at the core of the federal Freedom of Information Act and of the many similar state freedom of information laws.
Taxpayers have the right - the duty - to try to understand what they're doing. scientists should be subject to the same rules as every other civil servant.
If the public pays your salary, citizens have the right - within limits - to see what you're doing. That's the principle at the core of the federal Freedom of Information Act and of the many similar state freedom of information laws.
Charles Seife is a journalism professor at New York University and the author of six books, including "Virtual Unreality." Paul Thacker is a journalist and nonprofit consultant in Washington. Follow the Opinion section on twitter @latimesopinion and ...
... efforts make it easier for the experts and regulators to independently evaluate the merits of research, scientific practices and resulting public policy," reads the article by Paul D. Thacker, a journalist and consultant (and formerly a reporter at ...

These are tough questions. Yesterday, Paul Thacker and Charles Seife published a blog post that argued in favor of a simple answer: Don't draw any lines.
Among the latest donations was one from lifelong Bantams supporter Paul Thacker, a Bradfordian who owns and runs Foley's Bar in Benidorm, Spain.
Among the latest donations was one from lifelong Bantams supporter Paul Thacker, a Bradfordian who owns and runs Foley's Bar in Benidorm, Spain.
The news coming out of Minneapolis is bad. After a decade spent stalling, denying and attacking critics, the University of Minnesota has finally admitted some complicity in the death of a patient during a clinical drug trial.
The news coming out of Minneapolis is bad. After a decade spent stalling, denying and attacking critics, the University of Minnesota has finally admitted some complicity in the death of a patient during a clinical drug trial.


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