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Posts made in November, 2012

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Israel, Palestine and the Climate Change

Posted by on Nov 21, 2012 in Climate Change, Featured | 6 comments

Israel, Palestine and the Climate Change

Again I am forced to explain my stance in regards to the volatile political situation concerning Israel and the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip. To make it absolutely clear from the very beginning, I am against violence. Violence on a personal level, as well as a means of politics. I can understand the deep seated frustration, even the hate the Palestinians feel towards Israel. But the people from Gaza have to take an example from their brethren in the West Bank. They, almost, stopped...

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I Job Creator

Posted by on Nov 16, 2012 in Featured, Sustainability | 2 comments

I Job Creator

In the year 2011 a wave of social protest ignited all over the world. It was indeed a international occurrence. It started in Spain and jumped over to North Africa in what is called, the Arab Spring. In the USA people started to Occupy-Wall Street. And let’s not forget the Tea Party, which comes from the other side of the political spectrum, but with legitimate grievances nonetheless. Anyway a big chunk of the world seems to be in unrest. And never mind the political affiliations. People...

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21st century development-solving game on leadership in 3rd world countries

Posted by on Nov 6, 2012 in Ecology, Featured | 8 comments

21st century development-solving game on leadership in 3rd world countries

Let’s say you have a problem… You are the leader of a small developing country in the Southern hemisphere, which in itself is not the problem. Your family lives comfortably and the children are off in Europe finishing their Ivy League degrees, prone to repeat the self-feeding cycle of kings to become and kings to be kicked. No, your problem is the crawling development of your state. People are late to work, and the new golf hotels eat up the budget of the infrastructure program. The...

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Mea Culpa

Posted by on Nov 3, 2012 in Ecology, Featured | 4 comments

Mea Culpa

I know, a long time passed since I wrote the last article. I probably have disappointed a lot of my visitors, perhaps I have lost many for good. I sure hope it isn’t so. But somehow last February’ a blockade got hold of me and I stopped writing. To a certain extent because I had the feeling, that I am repeating myself in what I write. So I took some time off, but I promise, it won’t happen again. Since www.nesseq.com will be reconstructed very soon. First, I started to...

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