Author Archives: Kevin Yaworski

About Kevin Yaworski

I use my blog to write about things I find interesting or that I think are matter of public interest.

William Happer Scientist – anti climate change views shared on socialmisledia

This man is a retired professor of atomic physics. Does this make him a scientist we should listen to in regards to rapid climate changes? https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Happer He was bribed by secret activists to write fake report about CO2 emmissions but … Continue reading

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Manitoba students last in Canada in science and math, second last in reading | CBC News

Results show Manitoba doing worse in all three categories than in previous years Kristin Annable · CBC News · Posted: Dec 03, 2019 The PISA 2018 assessment tests the capabilities of 15-year-olds in reading, math and science literacy through a … Continue reading

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Supporting least biased information and news sources with high accuracy

Dec 3 2019 – Concerned Citizen I care a lot about information and news sources that have a trend of being least biased with high accuracy. This even more important in modern times with social misleadia and with once trusted … Continue reading

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Supreme Court decision on real estate data said to have benefited consumers, spurred innovation

https://www.theglobeandmail.com/real-estate/article-supreme-court-decision-on-real-estate-data-has-benefitted-consumers/ Dismantling this monopoly was long overdue. Now we need more Canadian options for these services. So far the main provider is foreign and only available in some markets. The other monopoly or over charging that is costing us much … Continue reading

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Jury trials at risk as judge strikes down federal ban on peremptory challenges enacted after Boushie case

JUSTICE WRITER PUBLISHED NOVEMBER 6, 2019 SEAN FINE https://www.theglobeandmail.com/canada/article-ontario-judge-strikes-down-federal-ban-on-peremptory-jury-selection/

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Does the economy affect elections any more? – Can’t buy me love

Robots may have swung the 2016 presidential election in America Print edition | Finance and economics Nov 28 2019 – The Economist https://www.economist.com/finance-and-economics/2019/11/28/does-the-economy-affect-elections-any-more — Interesting article about some of what researches are learning about voter behavior. Several interesting points including … Continue reading

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Think twice about posting once — breaking the fake news cycle | CBC Radio

People share fake news less when they’re prompted to think about its accuracy CBC Radio · Posted: Nov 29, 2019 4:22 PM ET | Last Updated: November 29 A man dressed as “Fake News Media” participates in the annual Village … Continue reading

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