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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 Fundamentals of Ecology

Posted by on Aug 10, 2010 in Ecology | 18 comments

The Fundamentals of Ecology

The National Aeronautic and Space Administration, NASA, of the USA has published some graphs, which show the differences of global temperatures in the during the last 100 years. The tendency is obvious. The Climate is Changing. And why shouldn’t it? Nothing is static in nature, everything is constantly changing. An so is the climate. Also, what could be regarded as freaks of nature such as the high temperatures in the norther hemisphere and the floods indicate that something is...

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Space Travel and Climate Change!

Posted by on Mar 16, 2010 in Climate Change | 6 comments

The BBC reported on 13. of March 2010 that US-President Obama has decided to cancel the Constellation Moon landings programme. Jim Lovell, the commander of Apollo 13 stated the this decision will have “”catastrophic consequences” for the dream of colonise the moon or other worlds. The last man on the Moon, Eugene Cernan of Apollo 17, the last man on the Moon, Eugene Cernan, said it was “disappointing”. Asked why, he answered: “I think America has a...

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