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Émission de L'Autre Monde du 13 janvier 2008: Nouvelles du monde et réchauffement ou refroidissement du climat?





Émission de L'Autre Monde du 13 janvier 2008: Nouvelles du monde et réchauffement ou refroidissement du climat?


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8 janvier 2008:Tour du monde avec LNI/ Réchauffement climatique ou refroidissement?



Tour du Monde LNI

** Nouvel horaire pour L’Autre Monde

Nous avons un début un peu irrégulier pour L'Autre Monde. Nous sommes passé du dimanche 20h30 au jeudi à 11h00. On va revenir à l'horaire régulier cet été. Cette émission a été produite à partir du 13 janvier 2008 et remplace l'émission qui est archivé sous la date du 8 janvier 2008 sur le site de CHOQ FM.


Alors ne manquez pas d'écouter cette émission, et celle de demain, jeudi 17 janvier, car on a une excellente entrevue téléphonique avec le professeur Michel Chossudovsky sur la situation explosive au Pakistan et au Moyen-Orient.


Débute notre deuxième année! Merci d’être là!


8 janvier : -Tour du monde avec LNI

- Réchauffement climatique ou refroidissement?


17 janvier : - Émission spéciale avec un invité de marque: on va avoir le Professeur Michel Chossudovsky en entrevue téléphonique au sujet de la situation explosive au Pakistan et sur l’affaire de l’assassinat de Benazir Bhutto. On va chercher à comprendre à qui profite la déstabilisation du Pakistan.


** CentPapiers est une plateforme de journalisme civique : tous peuvent s’y inscrire et proposer des nouvelles.

CentPapiers est un média libre, participatif et ouvert, à travers lequel le citoyen peut partager l’information comme bon lui semble. Entre mai 2006 et janvier 2008, CentPapiers.com a couvert toute une panoplie du sujets d’actualité, soulevant les débats, grâce aux plus de 2000 articles publiés par nos 250 rédacteurs inscrits, et lus par plus d’un demi millions de lecteurs !

CentPapiers est une plateforme interactive. Vous pouvez devenir le centre d’un débat, d’une idée, d’une discussion. Avec votre participation, CentPapiers continuera d’être le média libre et citoyen du Québec!

I. Un média citoyen

L’information et la communication sont à la base de la cohésion sociale et la circulation de l’information est primordiale pour la survie des sociétés. Longtemps la communication était l’affaire des mieux nantis, des responsables, élus ou non, de la gestion de l’État. La venue de l’imprimerie dans un premier temps, l’arrivée des journaux, l’invention du télégraphe et par la suite de la téléphonie a clairement modifié les habitudes de vie des citoyens et les ont rendus ainsi de plus en plus éveillés aux activités qui les entouraient. Activités locales, régionales, nationales et internationales.

Avec l’avènement de la société de l’information, chacun d’entre nous a le moyen de partager l’information, de la faire circuler. Les téléphones portables, les ordinateurs, la télévision ont amené le citoyen dans une quête de la nouvelle toujours plus vorace. Seulement, les médias traditionnels n’ont pas la capacité d’aller chercher tout ce que l’on voudrait entendre, et encore moins tout ce que l’on voudrait dire.

Le média citoyen se situe à la croisée des chemins. Autant il est nécessaire de pouvoir accéder à une source d’information fiable, autant il est important de pouvoir la communiquer. Centpapiers a été créé dans cet objectif : permettre au citoyen de retrouver de l’information fiable et de pouvoir la partager quand bon lui semble.

Car plus qu’un simple médium, Centpapiers devient un forum où les idées sont regroupées, pour être débattues. Vous avez le pouvoir d’écrire et de publier. Grâce à Centpapiers, vous pourrez publier vos textes, vos idées. Car être un citoyen comporte plus que la simple obligation de voter, mais bien le devoir de s’informer, de discuter. Tel est le devoir du citoyen et tel est le pouvoir de Centpapiers.

** "If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the State can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie. It thus becomes vitally important for the State to use all of its powers to repress dissent, for the truth is the mortal enemy of the lie, and thus by extension, the truth is the greatest enemy of the State." -- Joseph Goebbels, NAZI Propaganda Minister


1- Référendum sur la CANO

Comme vous le savez peut-être déjà, la question du référendum sur la CANO plane sur CHOQ.FM depuis près de 3 ans. Les associations étudiantes et la partie institutionnnelle (l'UQAM) en sont venue à un accord au Comité à la vie étudiante (CVE) avant le congé des Fêtes et nous entrerons bientôt en campagne référendaire sur notre mode de financement.

Depuis l'annonce de la tenue du référendum, nous n'avons malheureusement pas eu beaucoup de détails. Toutefois, lorsque ceux-ci seront connus, nous aurons besoin de l'aide de TOUT LE MONDE afin de former le comité du OUI et en parler aux étudiants et étudiantes de l'UQAM. La CANO, c'est 90% du budget de fonctionnement de CHOQ.FM, le résultat de ce référendum déterminera donc la survie et la poursuite du développement de VOTRE radio.

Préparez-vous à sortir votre voix et votre énergie afin que votre radio étudiante continue d'exister!

2- Freecycle(tm) Montreal là où "Les déchets des uns font le trésor des autres".

FAQ: http://freecycle.org/faq.php
Pour contacter les modérateurs / To reach the moderators: freecyclemontrealmod@yahoogroups.ca
You can find the English rules in the "Files" section.

Règlements:
1- Tout doit être gratuit, légal et approprié pour tous les âges.
2- Un membre n'ayant pas préalablement offert quelque chose sur la liste ne peut faire de demande.

3- Le peuple Lakotah, qui vit sur un territoire au États-Unis, dans l’état du Dakota du Sud, s’est officiellement retiré de tout traité et accords avec les États-Unis. Ils ont reinstitué leur souveraineté en tant que nation et sur ses terres ancestrales. Le processus est totalement légal sous la Constitution des États-Unis d’Amérique et selon la Loi des Traités de la Convention de Vienne.

La raison qui motive cette déclaration d’indépendance est la mauvaise foi du gouvernement américain à honorer ses termes et responsabilités sous les traités signés avec les Lakotahs. À force de se faire mentir, manipuler et d’être les seuls à appliquer leur parts des traités, les Lakotahs sont redevenus indépendants comme nation. Un pays souverain. Un nouveau pays indépendant. À l’intérieur des États-Unis. Pensez à ça…

Republic of Lakotah

1/1/2008

Notice to All Foreign Governments and Private Owners of Real Estate within the Republic of

Lakotah

TO: The United States of America;

The States of: Montana, Wyoming, North Dakota, South Dakota and Nebraska;

The County and Municipal Governments Operating within the Republic of Lakotah; and

All Private Owners of Real Estate within the Republic of Lakotah

Lakotah, through its government, have appointed representatives to withdraw from all the treaties

with the United States of America.

Lakotah, through such representatives, have formally withdrawn from all agreements and treaties

with the United States of America. The reinstitution of our freedom and independence is found in

law.

Lakotah has reclaimed sovereignty as a nation and over its traditional lands.

Despite many years of repeated bad faith on the part of the United States government towards the

Lakotah People, the Lakotah hold no animosity toward the American people, most of whom have

had no part in the actions of their government. We wish to deal with the American people in good

faith and in a win-win manner.

While we have the right to impose liens on all of the real estate in our country, we prefer to come to

resolutions with you all with out resorting to such measures. Accordingly, at this time, we are only

declaring liens on real estate held by governments foreign to the Republic of Lakotah, but not on

real estate held by private parties.

The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution of the United States of America and the Vienna

Convention on the Law of Treaties substantiate this freedom.

Lakotah welcomes the opportunity to meet and discuss this matter. We are in the process of scheduling

meetings and will issue public invitations. Should you desire input with regard to scheduling these

meetings, please contact us at the above.

Russell Means, Chief Facilitator

Provisional Government

Republic of Lakotah

4- Country's most polite residents

Moncton, N.B., earns reputation of being most polite cityModule body

Sun Dec 30, 2008

NEW.BRUNSWICK (CBC) - Moncton, N.B., is the most polite city, according to a courtesy test of Canada's 15 largest cities conducted by Reader's Digest.

The magazine sent two undercover reporters across the country to carry out an informal survey that marked each city on whether people held the doors open for its journalists, whether salesclerks thanked them for purchases and whether people would pick up a dropped folder in busy locations.

#1 Moncton earned 80 per cent with Calgary and

#2 Vancouver tying for second place with 77 per cent.

#3 Edmonton ranked third with 73 per cent.

#4 Victoria, Charlottetown and St. John's, N.L., ranked fourth with 70 per cent

#5 Montreal, ranked fifth with 68 per cent.

#6 Halifax Winnipeg 67 per cent

#7 Regina 63%

#8 Quebec 62 per cent

#9 Toronto 60 per cent

#10 Saskatoon 57%

#11 Ottawa scored the worst with 50 per cent

5- France best, US worst in preventable death ranking

(Reuters) - France, Japan and Australia rated best and the United States worst in new rankings focusing on preventable deaths due to treatable conditions in 19 leading industrialized nations, researchers said on Tuesday.

If the U.S. health care system performed as well as those of those top three countries, there would be 101,000 fewer deaths in the United States per year, according to researchers writing in the journal Health Affairs.

After the top three, Spain was fourth best, followed in order by Italy, Canada, Norway, the Netherlands, Sweden, Greece, Austria, Germany, Finland, New Zealand, Denmark, Britain, Ireland and Portugal, with the United States last.

6- Ron Paul: Congress should be ALLOWED to read bills

Allowed? Hell, they should not be allowed to vote on any bills they DON'T read!

One Christmas tradition Congress could do without is the broken process of passing the annual Omnibus Spending Bill, which we recently did right before the holiday recess.

Every December Congress fights and argues over spending and never seems to be able to pass the necessary appropriations until the very last minute. There is panic and threats of government shut downs and reduction in essential services. And they always threaten the essential services, as if there is no waste they could possibly eliminate instead. This past December, right on cue the administration warned about dire civilian defense department layoffs if the money didn't come soon.

And so at the very last minute the Omnibus was rushed through in a whirlwind, just in time to save the day. Members of Congress had less than 24 hours to read the nearly 3,500 page bill before a vote was taken. The bill was supposedly much too important to waste time reading it.

I feel differently. I feel the important bills are the ones we should take especial care to closely examine.

7- Download Uproar: Record Industry Goes After Personal Use

In legal documents in its federal case against Jeffrey Howell, a Scottsdale, Ariz., man who kept a collection of about 2,000 music recordings on his personal computer, the industry maintains that it is illegal for someone who has legally purchased a CD to transfer that music into his computer.

The industry's lawyer in the case, Ira Schwartz, argues in a brief filed earlier this month that the MP3 files Howell made on his computer from legally bought CDs are "unauthorized copies" of copyrighted recordings.

The RIAA just destroyed what little public sympathy they had.

Love, otthers may follow Radiohead's no-label lead

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/071231/entertainment/entertainment_radiohead_sunday_col

Ho-ho-horrible: album sales plunge 20 percent this Christmas

To some music lovers, the fact that Josh Groban's Noel was the highest-selling album of 2007 is all the proof they need that major-label music is dying. To shareholders and label execs, though, the numbers are more important, and the numbers are grim: music sales are down 21 percent this Christmas season.

Canada's labels slam proposed digital 'tax'

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/reuters/080105/tecnology/net_canada_dc

Module body

By Robert Thompson

TORONTO (Billboard) - A revolutionary plan that would effectively legitimize file-sharing here has been slammed as "a pipe dream" by Canadian labels.

The Songwriters Assn. of Canada proposes to allow domestic consumers access to all recorded music available online in return for adding a $5 Canadian ($4.96) monthly fee to every wireless and Internet account in the country.

The SAC claims that the proposal, which has been presented to labels' bodies the Canadian Record Industry Assn. (CRIA) and Canadian Independent Record Production Assn. as well as publishers' groups, would raise approximately $1 billion Canadian ($993 million) annually. Although the SAC does not detail how revenue would be collected and distributed, it says it would go to artists, labels and publishers.

8- Tony Blair to join JPMorgan

Former British prime minister Tony Blair is expected on Thursday to join U.S. bank JPMorgan Chase & Co Inc (JPM.N) as a senior adviser, according to a person familiar with the situation.

Blair accused of taking blood money over £1m job with US bank profiting from Iraq war

Tony Blair has taken a lucrative job with a U.S. bank which is profiting from the Iraq war.

JPMorgan is expected to pay him £1million a year as a part-time adviser.

It is the first of a series of posts that could see the former prime minister rake in a staggering £40million.

The move brought fierce criticism last night. Reg Keys, whose soldier son Tom was killed in Iraq in 2003, said it was "almost akin to taking blood money".

He added: "If he had a conscience or any sensitivity, he would not have taken this job".

Tory defence spokesman Gerald Howarth said: "It will be viewed with some contempt by the armed forces that he picks up this large cheque when he was happy to send British troops into battle ill-equipped and in insufficient numbers."

JPMorgan is heading a consortium set to make billions as Iraq's economy recovers from the war spearheaded by Mr Blair and U.S. President George Bush.

It was chosen to run the new Trade Bank of Iraq, which has raised billions in trade guarantees by mortgaging future oil production and will make huge profits from the deals.

French president Nicolas Sarkozy is spearheading a campaign to have him installed as the first president of the EU - a post expected to be worth at least £200,000 a year.

9- Processed Meats Declared Too Dangerous for Human Consumption

A 2005 University of Hawaii study found that processed meats increase the risk of pancreatic cancer by 67 percent. Another study revealed that every 50 grams of processed meat consumed daily increases the risk of colorectal cancer by 50 percent. These are alarming numbers. Note that these cancer risks do not come from eating fresh, non-processed meats. They only appear in people who regularly consume processed meat products containing sodium nitrite.

10- Drug companies spend nearly double on marketing compared with research: study

http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/080102/health/health_drugs_spending

De plus en plus, les gérants des grosses compagnies pharmaceutiques, se trouve à être non pas des professionnels de la santé, mais des experts en marketing. Ce n’est pu tant une industrie de produit pour la santé, qu’une industrie de drogue et de produits chimiques qui n’est orienté que dans le but de faire plus de profit. Les produits de Big Pharma sont inefficaces dans 70% des cas, sans compter les effets néfastes secondaires qu’ils causent et les dizaines de milliers de mort juste en amérique.

OTTAWA - Drug companies spend almost twice as much on marketing and promoting their products than on research and development, says a new study.

In their analysis of data from two market research companies, Marc-Andre Gagnon and Joel Lexchin of Toronto's York University found that American drug companies spent US$57.5 billion on promotional activities in 2004.

By comparison, spending on industrial pharmaceutical research and development in the United States was $31.5 billion in the same year, according to a report by the National Science Foundation, which included public funding for industrial research.

The senator accused the industry of predatory pricing, extravagant cost increases brought on by excessive marketing and selling new products that were no more effective than drugs already widely established on the market.

11- De Beers To Pay $295M In Price-Fixing Lawsuit

If you bought any diamonds from 1994 through March 2006, you can get cash back. The amount of cash you could get depends on how much you paid and the quality of the diamonds. The deadline to file a claim is May 19, 2008.

12- Egypt to copyright pyramids

In a potential blow to themed resorts from Vegas to Tokyo, Egypt is to pass a law requiring payment of royalties whenever its ancient monuments, from the pyramids to the sphinx, are reproduced.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2008/01/04/AR2008010403685.html

13- FDA to Back Food From Cloned Animals

Having completed a years-long scientific review, the Food and Drug Administration is set to announce as early as next week that meat and milk from cloned farm animals and their offspring can start making their way toward supermarket shelves, sources in contact with the agency said yesterday.

New Zealand and Australia have released reports concluding that meat and milk from clones are safe. Canada and Argentina are reportedly close to doing the same.

And although European consumers are generally uncomfortable with agricultural biotechnology, the European Union's food safety agency is expected to endorse the safety of meat and milk from clones in a draft statement that could be released within the next week.

14- Organs to be taken without consent

Gordon Brown has thrown his weight behind a move to allow hospitals to take organs from dead patients without explicit consent.

Writing in The Sunday Telegraph, the Prime Minister says that such a facility would save thousands of lives and that he hopes such a system can start this year.

The proposals would mean consent for organ donation after death would be automatically presumed, unless individuals had opted out of the national register or family members objected.

15- "What are you doing here?": man asks wife at brothel

WARSAW (Reuters) - A Polish man got the shock of his life when he visited a brothel and spotted his wife among the establishment's employees.

Polish tabloid Super Express said the woman had been making some extra money on the side while telling her husband she worked at a store in a nearby town.

"I was dumfounded. I thought I was dreaming," the husband told the newspaper on Wednesday.

The couple, married for 14 years, are now divorcing, the newspaper reported.

(Writing by Chris Borowski, Editing by Matthew Jones)

16- FDA says food from cloned animals safe to eat

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has ruled that food from cloned cattle, pigs and goats and their offspring is as safe as any other food.

Yeah, well, the FDA thought VIOXX was safe, too.

Here is the problem. Clones are NOT exact copies. Cloned animals like Dolly the sheep have demonstrated that current cloning techniques are far less than 100% accurate. In other words, there are genetic transcription errors taking place, such that the genes are artificially mutated from source animal to the clone. The effects of these transcription errors are usually visible only at the biochemistry level. But the fact is that short of killing the clone and running a full assay, one cannot rule out the production of altered enzymes and proteins which may be harmless to the clone, but harmful to consumers who consume the products from that animal.

17- Beating Anew

Scientists bring hearts back to life

PARIS (AFP) - In experiments that would make Dr. Frankenstein jealous, US scientists have coaxed recycled hearts taken from animal cadavers into beating in the laboratory after reseeding them with live cells, according to a study released Sunday.

If extended to humans, the procedure could provide an almost limitless supply of hearts, and possibly other organs, to millions of terminally ill people waiting helplessly for a new lease on life.

Approximately 50,000 patients in the United States alone die every year for lack of a donor heart, and some 22 million people worldwide are living with the threat of heart failure.

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