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The Year 2013 + 37 Years Is Overpopulation!

Posted by on Dec 31, 2012 in Ecology, Featured | 1 comment

The Year 2013 + 37 Years Is Overpopulation!

Today is the last day of the year 2012, in a couple of hours we will welcome the new year. And everyone wishes everyone else all the best, health, love, money, luck. Already we have forgotten, that the world was supposed to end just ten days ago according to the Mayan calender. Aren’t the people who took this serious embarrassed? Just a little bit? No? I thought so. So the world did not end and a new year begins and everyday life goes on as all the years before. And since the doomsday was...

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Max Nadel and Nesseq.com

Posted by on Dec 22, 2012 in Ecology, Featured | 16 comments

Max Nadel and Nesseq.com

My Name is Max Nadel and I run the Website Nesseq.com. I feel a little awkward talking about me, but my Webmaster Sami thinks I have to do it. The objective is to enable the search engine to connect my name with my website. Well, I am not going to discuss with Swami Sami the laws of the Internet so I simply comply. But since I have do it anyway, let me exploit the opportunity and let me tell you a little about me and how everything started. Ever since I was a young man I was interested in...

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The Cursed Generation

Posted by on Dec 13, 2012 in Featured, Sustainability | 0 comments

The Cursed Generation

A generation is a certain age group at a certain time living on earth. Every generation is called according to the historic point they live. The generation of Ernest Hemingway (1899-19610) was called the lost Generation (1+2). In fact, the term was popularized by the author himself in his novel The Sun Also Rises. Hemingway credits Gertrude Stein (3) to have coined the term. Generation X  is used to describe the post-World War II baby-boom generation. This term was originally coined by...

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Sun, Sea and Easy Living!

Posted by on Dec 6, 2012 in Featured, Water | 3 comments

Sun, Sea and Easy Living!

All during the last spring and summer I have taken leave from writing for Nesseq.com, but it does not mean that I’ve been just lazy. Actually I prepared an article, called Beach Live and I shot lots of pictures for it. But somehow I didn’t publish it. Perhaps the topic is a little off-season now, still the next summer will surly come and perhaps we could think about some solutions for the problems mentioned here. I know more people who feel uncomfortable in the mountains than people...

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