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Posts made in October, 2011

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Tea Party on Wall Street

Posted by on Oct 29, 2011 in Ecology | 7 comments

Tea Party on Wall Street

The world witnesses a social unrest. People around the globe are getting frustrated with the economical and social status quo. As a matter of fact, this unrest started first in the USA with the Tea Party Movement (1), which started in 2009 and is mostly affiliated with the Republican Party. Although, from afar, it seems, that their only objective is to make president Obama a one-term president, it also shows a certain frustration with the prevailing social and economic situation. The Tea Party...

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Climate Change No Problem

Posted by on Oct 24, 2011 in Ecology | 1 comment

Climate Change No Problem

Climate Change, or Global Warming, is today still a controversial topic. As already mentioned in the last posts even Michele Bachmann and Rick Perry, who both would like to be the Republican candidate for the presidency of the USA do not take the possibility of a Climate Change serious. As Rick Perry purports, that science is not settled over the issue of Climate Change and therefore there is no reason to adjust economic policy to such a possibility. Every major scientific discovery was first...

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Rick Perry and the Climate Change

Posted by on Oct 11, 2011 in Ecology | 8 comments

Rick Perry and the Climate Change

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a post about the Republican congress woman Michele Bachmann, who would like to be the next president of the USA. At the beginning I thought, that Ms. Bachmann is a special case, a one of her kind. But than I came across some clips on Youtube of the Governor of Texas Rick Perry. Who also wants to be the candidate of the Republicans to run for the presidency of the USA. In the¬†clip Mr. Perry states that he can’t base his economic politics on science, which is...

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