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Posts made in August, 2010

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Bottled Drinking Water

Posted by on Aug 28, 2010 in Water | 20 comments

Bottled Drinking Water

Hydrogen is supposed the most plentiful element in the universe. This is the stuff, which feeds our sun. Water consists of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. Without water life, as we know it, would not be possible. Certainly human beings, which are made of about 70 percent water, could not live. A human being can only survive for a couple of days without water. Only oxygen is more important! Only minutes without it and the human dies or gets the brain damaged. About 70 percent of the...

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The Titanic Syndrome

Posted by on Aug 21, 2010 in Ecology | 13 comments

The Titanic Syndrome

The main task of Nesseq turns slowly to a website trying to debunk the Climate Change denier. This was not the original idea, which is to get people in neighborhoods to get active in their own interest and in the interest of the children. But right now the deniers of a Climate Change must be debunked once and for all. The real question is not whether the climate is or will change. The real question is a simple one. Can the climate change or can’t it change? The propagators on either side...

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MEMO 18-8-2010

Posted by on Aug 18, 2010 in Memos |

MEMO 18-8-2010

In the last comments to the post the Fundamentals of Ecology, Anna Brown tells me to shut down the comment section and to stop playing games with the people. Before that someone named Taika complained, that I disregard my readers and don’t bother to answer any questions. This is not true. The truth is, that I really try to answer all direct questions. Someone called Anna, probably the same Anna Brown, wrote me in the same post, that I sell propaganda. The Nasa couldn’t know the...

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Man at War with Nature

Posted by on Aug 15, 2010 in Ecology | 5 comments

Man at War with Nature

There are people, some comments in this blog bear witness, deny Climate Change categorically. Be it as it is. Either the climate is changing or not. The slim chance that it might happen should be reason enough to get prepared for a worst-case scenario. If the climate will not change after all, nothing will be lost. We will just have paid a kind of insurance fee, to be prepared for all eventualities. But this should not concern us in this post. The topic is the behavior of us humans towards...

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And Yet Another Financial Crisis

Posted by on Aug 13, 2010 in Ecology | 7 comments

And Yet Another Financial Crisis

On the June 28, 2010 issue the Time magazine published an article called The Other Financial Crisis. The gist of it being, that many states and municipalities in the USA are still suffering from the financial crises which started in the summer of 2008. And no end is in sight! The interesting point is that preceding the crisis Oil Prices rose to 147 US-Dollar per barrel. As compared to 17 US-Dollars per barrel in 1999 and, and after some ups and downs to 70$ a barrel in 2009. The high petroleum...

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