Discussion in 'Other Health News and Research' started by V99, Apr 1, 2010.
Science writer Simon Singh wins libel appeal.
This first thing that came to my mind, was all those who have questioned the lightning process.
I agree V99 - this is great news!
"A chilling effect on public debate".
Yes, it's been very cold here lately, a hard winter. Cold can have many consequences. (Does anybody know if Cold is OK btw? I have been quite worried about that question).
I have never really understood Law, does this mean that anything and everything can now be questioned? Do we now know what kinds of things we are allowed to question? What should we be allowed to question?
ETA: :victory::Retro smile::victory::Retro smile::victory::Retro smile::victory::Retro smile::victory::Retro smile::victory:
ETA: Does it mean we can say anything we want about any public or private health service/treatment? Even if we're wrong?
ETA: I don't think it will make any difference to me, because I don't think I ever get anything wrong, but it might be useful for fallible people.
Thank you, Mark, on behalf of "fallible" people everywhere for taking us into consideration. I hope you didn't strain yourself while doing so.
:Sign Good one:
Private Eye: Critics of the Lightning Process, report on Legal News Page
Times: Reference to ME patient and threat of legal action, 10 November 2009
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