See what students in our Ocean Sciences Club are saying about the ocean and what it means to them in this great video they made! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjqO2ktcjvA The Alaska SeaLife Center’s Ocean Sciences Club for Seward secondary students began in September 2012, thanks to the Seward Community Foundation and Alaska Airlines Foundation. Over the course of the school year, students dug into a wide range of ocean topics — including a seabird necropsy, a comparative dissection of cephalopods, sea ice studies, Steller sea lion physiology, and other hands-on explorations. A mini-grant from NOAA provided the club with video cameras to record […]Read more ›
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In the usual spirit of free and open discussion of the issue the Council will hear the pros and cons of Fluoride at the END of tonight’s meeting. Get ready for poison in your drinking water folks and thank [Admins Note: content cut- articles must address the topic and not who may or may not agree with the author] for all these “benefits” by rail roading this through with the absolute minimum of public comment.Read more ›
The fluoride sub-committee has loved citing the CDC as (in John French PhD”s words) “among the best qualified, most independent group of public health professionals found in any Federal agency” God help us. In today’s Huffington post: When American scholar Warren Bennis said, “Bureaucracies are beautiful mechanisms for the evasion of responsibilities and guilt,” he might well have been speaking of the current state of affairs inside the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Once revered around the world, hardly a month passes without another news report questioning the credibility, scientific independence, and integrity of the nation’s premier health […]Read more ›
Tonight you will undoubtedly be encouraged by words from the City Manager and the allegedly unbiased “Fluoride Committee” to pass an “advisory vote” resolution regarding adding Fluoride to City Water.Read more ›
What a Surprise! A vote on the Fluoride “Advisory Ballot” right after the first weekend of Summer. Can anyone imagine a better time for a thorough investigation by the public into this complex and controversial issue? And with a full five day’s notice I’m sure everyone is updating their calendars: 1) Mow lawn 2) figure out what to do with kids now school is out 3) Investigate, study and reflect on complicated bio-science of contentious public health issue and give testimony at council meeting. The cynicism and arrogance of this paternalistic administration knows no bounds. What’s worse? They’re likely going […]Read more ›