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BBC News - Internet data plan back on political agenda
"264. Simon Attwood
COMMENT NUMBER 264 IS AN EDITORS' PICK
23RD NOVEMBER 2014 - 10:52
There's a darker and more dangerous consequence to the kind of constant nagging fear that we have endured since the creation of 24/7 media. Neural wiring is highly sensitive to negative influence on epigenetics and neuroplasticity. In other words, a state of constant fear causes atrophy to parts of our brain associated with empathy and compassion, at the same time feeding primitive fear structures"
psychology  comment  opinion  biology  epigenetics  brain  physiology  thoughtcontrol  thought  internet  surveillance  politics  policing  agenda  bigbrother  communication  article  bbcnews  bbc  computing 
november 2014 by therobyouknow
Margaret Thatcher dies: news and reaction | Politics | guardian.co.uk
As a grocer’s daughter who rose to become Britain’s first female prime minister, she stands as an example to our daughters that there is no glass ceiling that can’t be shattered.
primeminister  politics  quote  opinion  tribute  obituary  guardian  newspaper  article  obama  uk  england 
april 2013 by therobyouknow
Margaret Thatcher dies: news and reaction | Politics | guardian.co.uk
John Major: "Margaret was at her best when she had a definable enemy and a definable goal, and in the 1980s there were a rich selection of them and she pursued them, and we are the beneficiaries of that ...

The economy was in a frightful mess in the 1970s. Nobody believed it would reformed. Nobody believed we could move from a neo-socialist economy to a free market economy. And that's effectively what she achieved in the first eight years."
thatcher  primeminister  obituary  tribute  politics  guardian  newspaper  article  opinion 
april 2013 by therobyouknow
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