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Unformatted text preview: by a credited researcher the public would be believe them. To me this lecture seemed very biased as presented by Naomi Orsekes. She was making valid points but it seemed to me that all the think tanks she was bashing had bashed her about her views in the past. Throughout the lecture she was making small jokes about the various think tanks, like she was jabbing at them during the lecture. She spoke about their opinions in a very sarcastic and demeaning tone. This specifically reminded me of Shakespeare in the Bush and how Laura Bohannan and the Tiv both had their own interpretations of Hamlet and how the both of them thought their interpretations were universally known and that their interpretations were correct. The both of them werent as blatant in turning down the others opinion as Naomi but Laura and the Tiv acted as if the other was wrong....
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- Spring '11