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Airlines suspend China flights, cut services on virus fears

First Light

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Airlines suspend China flights, cut services on virus fears

"Airlines around the world have been suspending flights to China lied to London and corresponded Vicki Barker British Airways and Asian carriers lion air and sole heir suspending all flights to China over fears of the corona virus and the White House is considering a similar suspension for US airlines from the British medical association's Peter hold until this coronavirus reality check early this morning I heard somebody on the BBC stately coronavirus tele just remind people life instead he notes the mortality rate appears to be around three percent and suspect most of the victims will prove to have been elderly or frail and vulnerable to any

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"british medical association" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

Ctrl Alt Delete

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on Ctrl Alt Delete

"Life in another he's probably going to go to prison for life is still the young man is dead so i went home that evening i would just meditates an impression and thinking what can i do and then the idea came to me that if i aspired to become a trauma such and that would give me a platform to go into environments where young men all victims of this kind of stuff and try to inspire them to be into better so because it was such an emotive empowered event it really so deep seat inside of me so coming from a family of name medics my mother had five children and only one other went to university i had no father figure in my life and so i didn't really have the kind of guy that sends support that moves medical shoes with have so i got on the internet what i would need to do and then i realized that get in really good gcc's was the first step so i set myself a goal of tennis stars tie with everything can side of me and then i achieved that and then i managed to get a vestry to go to boarding school got rejected for medical the first time round reapplied and go in however even though i had note of support and on my journey i still struggled i struggled with self belief i had a superficial understanding of what it meant to be a doctor and when i went to medical school and looked around me i realized that there's a massive lack of diversity i've done some research the british medical association producer report in two thousand fifteen which highlights across the uk in more than fifty percents of the schools across the uk they out producing not one medical applicant and it's been as that within uk medical schools less than five percent of students come from the disadvantaged backgrounds so i i believe that i could do something to make a change so i sell mighty unto mason medics program fish registered and lost last month as a charity i'm having a charity.

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"british medical association" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on talkRADIO

"Be the politicians and people are the british medical association you could do something to civil this out basically ignored the of the public they're not taking this issue seriously enough and basically if we don't do something about it and legislate people are just going to still keep breaking the law what's masses into their own hands all saturday they're going to have to suffer at the end of their life and i don't think any of those things are acceptable so we need to do something in this country law that sets out how it can work send people being worried that there'll be people who'll be pressured into doing this if either they're elderly or disabled or you feel their burden on their families but there must be a way having safeguards within the law you can't just pop to the doctor and he just gives you some pills and it will happen i mean you want that we want to have a proper process and it's got to be very above board with lots and lots of of ways to protect people who might be vulnerable but that caught be beyond the witch of man can it no i don't think it is and i also think if you look at the evidence around the world is increasingly more and more countries legislate for it's becoming clear but there is a proper way to do this so for example in the state of oregon in america they've had a sixty for twenty years now and it's worked very well it's worked as intended there have been no cases of abuse and people are having the decks that they want on their own terms and they're also in an environment with good end of life care so wouldn't the safeguards are put in place america front and everybody's clear about them it proves that the law can work well parliament to really look at least issue again when they debated it it.

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"british medical association" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Group you and everything approves the obvious that is he's a very site person then he was to do us about what he's options where seemed to us and he agreed that the best thing market to get out of a strategy and take advantage of what we would describe some very civilising legislation it's whissel so why does he need to leave australia to go to switzerland in order to do this i understand that assisted dying has been legalized in one australian state but why is it not possible for dr goodell to use this law it's true that administrator had the world's first legislation that's how i got involved twenty years ago in the middle of the territory that was short lived law though and we went back into the dark ages australia ninety recently did another state victoria bringing a law which hasn't come into effect it'll come into vic next year two thousand nine but that law is as they say in victoria roll the premier this is the world's most conservative they say proudly which in effect means it's almost the world's most unworkable law you are going to have to be just about data to qualify so david would never qualify don't fill nature the founder of exit international the australian medical association remains strongly opposed to assisted dying as its president dr michael gannon told jillian marshall well what the good old does is very much his personal business but the straddling medical association like the british medical association and lock the overwhelming majority of member nations of the world medical association has positions against euthanasia and physician assisted suicide destroy and position acknowledges that these laws are matter society and they parliaments that our ethical position reminds the fact that doctors should not involve themselves in interventions that have as their primary intention the ending of patience lawf and that's all to do with the hippocratic oath that your business is keeping people alive not killing them well of course you're quite correct in drawing the law and all the way back from our hippocratic tradition but even the the modern incarnation.

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"british medical association" Discussed on Global News Podcast

Global News Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on Global News Podcast

"Patrick review and everything approves the obvious that is he's a very site person then he was to devos about what he's options where it seemed to us and he agreed that the best thing marketing get out of australia and take advantage of what we would describe this very civilising legislation it's whissel so why does he need to leave austrailia to go to switzerland in order to do this i understand it assisted dying has been legalized in one australian state but why is it not possible for doctrinal to use this loan it's true that administrator had the world's first legislation that's how i got involved twenty years ago in the northern territory that was short lived low though and we went back into the dock ideas stri and only recently did another state victoria bringing a law which hasn't come into effect it'll come into next year two thousand nine but that law is as a sign victoria will the premium they assist the world's most conservatives eyesight proudly which in effect means it's almost the world's most unworkable law you are going to have to be just about data to call off by so david would never qualify don't philip nitschke the founder of exit international the australian medical association remains strongly opposed to assisted dying as its president dr michael gannon told jillian marshall well what took the good old does is very much his personal business but the straddling medical association like the british medical association and locked the overwhelming majority of member nations of the world medical association has positions against euthanasia and physician assisted suicide be strident position acknowledges that these laws are matter for society and they parliaments that our if he will position reminds the fact that doctors should not involve themselves in interventions that have as primary intention the ending of patience lawf and that's all to do with the hippocratic oath that your business is keeping people alive not killing them well of course you are quite correct in drawing the law and all the way back from our hippocratic traditions but even the the modern incon.

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"british medical association" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The terrifying moment when what are the engines of the plane exploded and deborah caused a window to blow out because of the rapid depressurization a female passenger who has sat next to the window was partially sucked after the cabin others onboard frantically struggling to pull her back in this recording has been released the southwest airlines pilot tammy jo schultz speaking to air traffic control as the boeing plane prepared for an emergency landing philadelphia reports yes fair on the runway as well we've got passengers so we've got up fire but it's hard to they that there's a always and one went out just tried to resuscitate the injured woman jennifer ordina bank executive from new mexico but she later died malaria experts according for a renewed effort to combat the disease which is becoming more common after two decades of decline campaign is in health groups gathering for the area conference in london said the upturn is caused by increased resistance to drugs and insecticides but they also blamed counts in funding and research doctors urging the government to abolish the solitary confinement of children and young people in the justice system a number of groups including the british medical association say isolating young people for long periods of time is dangerous for the health and development the ministry of justice says the safety and welfare of young people in.

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"british medical association" Discussed on talkRADIO

talkRADIO

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on talkRADIO

"On talk radio on the our news headlines the british medical association which represents doctors says the energy has winter crisis in england is now likely to extend into the summer it says it's expecting the performance of any departments this summer to match the coldest months of the year nearly two and five teachers no school children have been sexually harassed by other pupils opole of more than thirteen hundred teachers found nearly nine in ten have dealt with students sharing sexual messages or images with each other dr patrick roach is deputy general secretary of the nas uw t union which carried out the research it's being left to teachers effectively to pick up the pieces about behavior of course increases workload but it also means that those people's is just simply not getting the support that they need when they need it to mentor died in a collision after their car was hit by a vehicle being driven the wrong way on a motorway in happened on the m sixty two at huddersfield a twenty two year old man's been arrested chinese space authorities say the defunct tian gone one space station has mostly burns up on reentry into the atmosphere over the central south pacific asian half ton craft reentered the atmosphere at about one fifteen this morning space expert dr marco lumber has been telling radio debris crashes to earth regularly beach mom waller tools these come down and only a week ago we had a rushing workers stage coming down over europe for example near force so it happens quite a lot actually that material from space comes down again worked on some mostly small basis but sometimes even bigger piece like what happens now elza people guessing on their bikes in what the industry's terming the rise of the silva cyclist the trends being driven by men over fifty five a cycling for pleasure and to get fit radio national weather wet.

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"british medical association" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"And investing in infrastructure and content some of britain's largest broadband providers have signed up to a voluntary code of conduct which takes effect next year and we'll see consumers automatically compensated for paul service and abandoned chinese space laboratory has plunged back to earth breaking up over the south pacific shen jian goon one was being used to train astronauts but it stopped functioning in two thousand sixteen meaning technicians on the ground weren't able to control its re entry to the earth's atmosphere john mcmanus reports see angang which translates his heavenly palace was used by astronauts to practice complicated docking techniques and was seen by experts as an important step in china's space program but two years ago engineers on the ground lost contact with the 10meterlong module ending its useful life and also meaning its onboard engines couldn't be fired some manage at guided descents and surround see fifty am this morning the craft did make an expected but uncontrolled reentry to earth atmosphere disintegrating over the south pacific the isolated spot meant there was little danger to people on the ground but it may also have deprived space watchers of a fiery display officials say they expect little if any debris to have survived the crafts final journey in the cricket england have set new zealand too formidable target in the second and final test in christ church after declaring on three hundred fifty two four nine in their second innings the hosts need three hundred eighty two to win which would be the seventh highest successful run chase intestate three new zealand reached forty two without loss before play ended early because of bad light thank you abbott nine minutes paul seven we've all grown used to talk of an h s wouldn't a crisis now the bmi the british medical association is predicting the we no let up in the summer they say the pressures on the of his main long whites and miss targets will continue all year round will join me in the.

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"british medical association" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on WGTK

"Black political power empower blacks jason riley columnist for the wall street journal and one of the country's leaving black thinkers answers the question in the latest important video from prager you see it at prager you dot com where we teach what is it i warned you about this but you see this is the human human nature is if it doesn't affect me are you on that it's human nature to be to be a truly good person you have to fight your nature i have to you have to everybody does so what the hell will put cigar company no cigar stores out of business what the hell it doesn't does it didn't matter anybody that you couldn't even both have in burbank california you can't even smoke in a cigar store of secondhand smoke no it is conceivable i don't know why this doesn't bother those of you who even can't stand smoke i don't i don't understand it when the state overreaches it should trouble everybody especially based on this for the british medical association has number of reports on the wild exaggerations of death from secondhand smoke but now it's now it's coffee i listen if it really has carcinogens i don't know why you would allow children to drink coffee right maybe it'll be considered a form of child abuse to give your a fourteen year old some coffee why wouldn't it giving their growing years or giving your kid a carcinogen they give it to mice i was reading another report business insider so they give this acrylamide to mice an intelligence that are thousand times greater than we get in they get cancer that's like saying they give the they give a mouse a thousand times more water than we do and it blows up their stomach they drown.

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"british medical association" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"To breast cancer a screening program and a significant investment in research of both played a part in bringing down the number of deaths among women now campaign essay a push on prostate cancer could reap similar rewards it currently receives just half the funding and half the research that has devoted to breast cancer one of their priorities is to develop better diagnostic tests that could be used as part of a nationwide screening program health service leaders have written to the justice secretary david gawk and urging him to reform the compensation system for negligence claims against the nhs they say vast amounts of money is being diverted from frontline care and the situation is unsustainable the annual cost of these claims is said to have almost doubled since 2010 our health agitate upenn reports the signatories of the letter include the chief executive of the nhs confederation the chair of the british medical association and leading medical lawyers they say that last year the nhs in england spent one point seven billion pounds on clinical negligence claims total liabilities over future years old claims in england arising from past incidents amount to sixty five billion while the letter says is a staggering sum it says reforms by the government to the system of made things worse the calculation used to work out how much victim of negligence should receive up front to cover a lifetime of care was changed so the nhs has to make higher lump sum payments the letter says this has had a significant impact and the rising costs were already affecting line care the ministry of justice said it at austin advisory body the civil justice council to look at measures to control costs in clinical negligence cases for governments being accused of dragging its feet in introducing safeguards for children using.

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"british medical association" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on KOIL

"Thirty seven hundred i know i always always regard back to the project for the new american century real rebuilding america's defenses but nowhere have i seen anything as you of it it's nothing more than an indictment for some of our the deep state planners be around during the times of president clinton and president george w bush and i'm talking about people like dick cheney scooter levy uh several others whose names are on that document rebuilding america's defense project for the american century it has a blueprint for what is happening or what will happen in the future pti said we needed a new night 11 oh we need a new pro harbor we got nine eleven out of the deal but here's what they said about gene o typing diseases and this is from the year two thousand just before the year two thousand they say in a document although it may take several decades for the process of transformation to unfold in time the art of warfare on air land and sea we'll be back battle be vastly different than it is today and combat likely will take the place in new dimensions in space cyberspace and perhaps in the world of microbes now remember that this was the same publication that said that we needed a new pro harbours so they could have uh justification in defence spending and the got nine eleven a year after they first asked for the new pearl harbor and then they talk about microbial using microbes in warfare in two thousand four the guardian newspaper printed article would the headline could you make a genetically targeted weapon and it said the following quote the prospect that rogue scientists could develop bioweapons designed the target certain ethnic groups based on the genetic differences was raised this week in a report by the british medical association the report biotechnology weapons inhumanity to warns that construction of genetic weapons is now approaching reality such genetic bombs could contain anthrax robotic playing tailored to activate only when genes indicated the infected person was from a particular group biotech weapons used to target certain groups and wiping them out we're talking about genetic weapons with a brain genetic weapons that just love to adhere themselves to arne and dna of certain groups that are being targeted so why is it they want to genetically modify these weapons because they wanted to be.

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"british medical association" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Year two thousand just before the year two thousand they say in a document although it may take several decades for the process of transformation to unfold in time the art of warfare on air land and sea will be battle be vastly different than it is today and combat likely will take the place in new dimensions in space cyberspace in perhaps in the world of microbes now remember that this was the same publication that said that they needed a new pro harbours so they could have uh justification in defence spending and the got nine eleven a year after they first asked for the new pearl harbor and then they talk about microbial using microbes in warfare in two thousand four the guardian newspaper printed article with the headline could you make a genetically targeted weapon and it said the following quote the prospect that rogue scientists could develop bioweapons designed the target certain ethnic groups based on the genetic differences was raised this week in a report by the british medical association the report biotechnology weapons inhumanity to warns that construction of genetic weapons is now approaching reality such genetic bombs could contain anthrax robotic plague tailored to activate only when genes indicated the infected person was from a particular group biotech weapons used to target certain groups and wiping them out we're talking about genetic weapons with the brain genetic weapons that just love to adhere themselves to arne and dna of certain groups that are being targeted so why is it they want to genetically modify these weapons because they wanted to.

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"british medical association" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on Freakonomics

"And what was most frustrating was it it wasn't until some years later that i found that there had been six controlled trials comparing antibiotic prophylaxis given preventatively with nothing done by the time i arrived in gaza in those studies suggested that children with measles should be given antibiotics but chalmers it never seen those studies so i feel very sad that in retrospect tie let my patients down this led charmers to embark on a year's long effort to systematically create a centralised body of research to help attack the incomplete random subjective way that too much medicine had been practised for too long he was joined by a number of people from around the world many of whom by the way were more versed in statistics ban in medicine so we embarked on these systematic reviews about 100 of us and that resulted at the end of the 1980s in a massive two volume one and a half thousand page book the same time started publishing electronically in so the cochran collaboration became the first organisation to really systematize compile and evaluate the best evidence four given medical questions you'd think this would have been met with universal praise but as with any guild whose inveterate wisdom is challenged as unwise as that was the may be the medical community wasn't thrilled though is a great deal of hostility to it from i'd say the medical establishment in fact i remember colleague of mine was going off to speak to a local meeting of the british medical association.

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"british medical association" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"Was an article in a science newsmagazine that talked about pregnancy the and breast cancer and how pregnancy protects women against breast cancer and there was some modern about the article because i seem to remember and my library research about it that it had to be a fullterm pregnancy and i went back to the library and indeed that was that was so the world health organization actually did a very definitive a series of studies showing that if you have uh a child at an early earlier you have a child the younger you are when you have your first child the lower your list risk of breast cancer but if you have an abortion it goes the other way so a little pregnancy is worse than no pregnancy at all so to speak at least in terms of deliberate abortion and that was actually first shown way back in 1950s seven in a nationwide study in japan which showed that about the women who had an abortion had about three times the risk of getting breast cancer and so a number of studies had been done around the world not too many about two dozen uh that i and my colleagues the penn state uh medica college in pennsylvania published in the british medical association's epidemiology journal back in ninety ninety six that showed yes indeed women have about a thirty percent increase risk of breast cancer if they've had any abortions that is an induced abortion which is different from a miscarriage and this raises risk from roughly if if a lifetime risk is something like ten percent because we talk about one in eight now you know so it's about one in ten that raises it to about one in eight or one in seven if you've had an abortion and yet the uh the denial is in full swing so this is never like i said i've been doing this radio show from fourteen years and i have never heard this before this odd never seen it in a jama journal of never seen it in any any in any publications why i i'm just baffled by the fact that this guy that that this information is an out there especially today in today's world with the internet websites and all the information why is this not showing up well why are people shouting us from the rooftops hey this.

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"british medical association" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:14 min | 4 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"The british medical association it's from the telegraph in britain has shed pregnant women minute should not be colt expected to mother's as it could offended transgender people they should cole they're met pregnant people so was not to upset interest sex and transgender man this is the british medical association now yes you're you're just constantly shaking your head it is not easy to figure out why this offense the transgender about trying to figure this out why does expect the mother offended the transgender because you can be an expectant father that's the only possible reason but you can't be an expectant father unless unless right don't nope nope no i i for you can if you have a female body and identify as a man and you are pregnant then you arm expectant father and and that was the percentage they were worried defending revis correct not only that they this is the british medical so she if you talk about who was ten talk science there's nothing on the right comparable to this someone who is biological each male or female should be called assigned male or female but so they don't believe the british medical association is not believe that if you are born with two x chromosomes a huge arrests if it china ultimately brushed te's ultimately have amend stroll period this does not make you a female coach but biological i'm not talking psychologically so the british medical association to sean record is saying there was no such thing as male or female so here is my question to them do they believe the same thing.

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"british medical association" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Were living in the british medical association is warning against calling pregnant mother's pregnant patience mother's because of my defend trans man that's right you talk about the death of the west you talk about the death of a civilization the so called british medical association's urging stafford representatives not to refer to pregnant patience as expectant mother's because i'm a offend transgender and intersection the suggestion was published by had the meant to person no doubt a sick person who belongs in a nut house in an internal british medical association path what entitled a guy to effective communication inclusive language in the workplace according to the evening stand that and here's what the lunatic said a large majority of people are been pride there haven't given berth identify as women the guide rates we're could include into sex men in trans minute may get pregnant by saying pregnant people of sort of expect the mothers trends men of those or bourn by largely female with three no one out i but it shows identifies met the guard goes on to suggest that core gender inequality arises from traditional ideas about the roles a women and then the pair foot according to fox those of ices against using the term christian name because not every families religious and i suggested term family name is that of last night and a cards avoiding mask you and term such as manpower and mankind my friends one of my talking about today i talked about the floor should've civilization in europe i'm not talking about the death of civilization in europe.

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"british medical association" Discussed on News Talk KVEL

News Talk KVEL

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on News Talk KVEL

"Living in the british medical association is warning against calling pregnant mother's pregnant patience mother's because of my defend trans man that's right you talk about the death of the west you talk about the death of a civilization the so called british medical association is urging stafford representatives not to refer to pregnant patience as expected mother's because i'm a offend transgender intersection the suggestion was published by at the meant the person no doubt a sick person who belongs in a nut house in an internal british medical association path when entitled eight guard to effective communication inclusive language in the workplace according to the evening stand that and here's what the lunatic said a large majority of people that are been pride there haven't given berth identify as women the guide rates we had could include into sex met in trans minute may get pregnant by saying pregnant people are sort of expect the mothers trends better those will be one via largely female with being on that i but it shows identifies meant the guard goes on to suggest that core gender inequality arises from traditional ideas about the roles of women and then the pair foot according to fox those of ices against using the term christian name because not every families religious and i suggested term family name is that of last night and the cards is avoiding mask you in terms such as man power and mankind my friends one of my talking about today i talked about the flourishing of civilization in europe i am not talking about the death of civilization in europe.

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"british medical association" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"british medical association" Discussed on WDRC

"Will living in the british medical association is warning against calling pregnant mother is pregnant patience mother's because of my defend trans man that's right you talk about the death of the west you talk about the death of civilization the so called british medical association is urging stafford representatives not to refer to pregnant patience as expectant mother's because i'm a offend transgender and intersection the suggestion was published by had the meant to person no doubt a sick person who belongs in a nut house in an internal british medical association path when entitled a guy to effective communication inclusive language in the workplace according to the evening stand that and here's what the lunatic said large majority of people are going pride there haven't given berth identify as women the guy rates we had can include into sex men and trans minimal get pregnant by saying pregnant people sort of expect the mothers transmitted those one via largely female with female on that i'm but it shows and then of eyes meant the guard goes on to suggest that quote gender inequality arises from traditional ideas about the roles a women and then the pair foot according to fox knows of ices against using the term christian name because not every families religious and i suggested term family name is that of last night and the cards avoiding mask you in terms of just manpower and mankind my friends one of my talking about today i talked about the flourishing of civilization in europe i'm not talking about the death of civilization in europe.

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