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More YouTube recommendations

Thursday 14 February 2008

YouTubeIn what is possibly a YouTube recommendation frenzy this week, here are a few more we think you might find interesting:


ME/CFS - A Hidden National Scandal Exposed

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

A TV news item from Meridian TV in Britain that has the potential to make the blood boil. The item describes the illness, its effects on families, and some of the politics involved with the disease. It was broadcast in 2005 but was only shown locally (not nationally) which severely restricted its exposure – until it was posted on YouTube. We must add that the confident claim made by Dr Jonathan Kerr in this video that a cure was likely within “a year” was obviously way off the mark. We still do not seem any closer to a cure in 2008, but hope is always important:


James Randi explains homeopathy

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

Noted skeptic James Randi explains the science and sense of homeopathy:



Petra Haden and the Sell Outs - I Can See For Miles

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

Here’s a pretty amazing a cappella version of The Who’s “I Can See For Miles” that I actually prefer to the original:

Unfortunately, embedding for this video has been disabled. However, you can view it on YouTube here:


Field Music - In Context

This YouTube video was recommended by Peter Scott who says:

This is the video for a song called "In Context". The song comes my favourite album of 2007 (Tones Of Town by Field Music), and the video shows what can be done with one line:


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