From the Editor

Bob Ladendorf

One of most intriguing, and sometimes shocking, topics that has been controversial in recent years is "repressed memories." Can an incident be forced out of memory and made to reappear suddenly?

The scientific evidence to date points to the manufacturing of memories — whether purposely or accidentally — particularly by those in psychiatry. A case in point is featured in this issue — that of an Illinois doctor, Bennett Braun.

If the case against him stands, then the medical community will be forewarned that conducting treatments based on "repressed memories" may be entrapping innocent victims. REALL will follow this case closely.

Our other feature by Prof. Joseph E. Armstrong takes a critical look at the assertion published in the Wall Street Journal that global warming is a myth. His analysis indicates that the assertion has a bias that results in the manipulation of scientific data for political ends.

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