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Once upon a time: a tale of ISO 15189 accreditation

The editorial below is a useful summary of the history and future plans for ISO 15189 in European laboratories. The authors say proof of its value comes from the fact that this originally voluntary process has already been made mandatory … Continue reading

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ISO standards for pathology – a step too far?

” a resounding answer of ‘absolutely not’”, actually.  A believer explains the theory.  He hasn’t given Allah a thought. http://acb.sagepub.com.sci-hub.io/content/52/6/712.short Get it here: http://www.sci-hub.io A short description of coercion by several state and non-state bureaucracies that conceals of thousands of … Continue reading

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The ISO must be conformed to sharia

Should you not believe that ISO standards are going to have to change to conform to sharia, check out p8ff of Hammoudeh’s book for a summary of how non-Islamic quality theories fall short. Unlike the average, dull accreditation fan, this author has … Continue reading

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Religious and commercial coercion

Facebook is responding wrongly to misleading claims about unislamic pages.  Paul Murphy writes about it here: Over the last couple of weeks Facebook has clamped down heavily on various (around 40) counter-jihad and patriot pages. The administrators of these pages … Continue reading

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Boring, but only for 5′ 56”. Not a whole career.

“It’s not the accreditation body that mandates accreditation. It’s the government.”  @4′ 16” Go on, watch it.  It badly needs some views. Don’t miss the admission in part 2: “EU regulation…in effect says that each country will have one accreditation … Continue reading

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Ten percent

Research funded by the US military has used computer models to show how a new belief can quickly shift majority opinion when it reaches a critical mass of 10% of the population. Read more here: Minority Rules: Scientists Discover Tipping … Continue reading

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They will impose that goodness upon us

They are working to make us “good”.  Just like themselves. The Witch Doctor warns: “…After all, the government have set up a unit in order to change the behaviour of society to the way they want it to be, rather than serving … Continue reading

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