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Limits of Money

Posted by on Mar 11, 2011 in Sustainability | 3 comments

Limits of Money

Just like in real life, things are coming an going in waves. The water builds up and at the highest point it breaks and declines. This is true for most situations in life. And this wave is also to be seen in history. Mighty empires have emerged and have vanished, and their Monetary System (1) collapsed as well. Not necessarily the economy, only the money (tary) system. In North-America, the immigrants issued their own money to be independent from the money of the motherland England. The...

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Education and Climate Change

Posted by on Nov 1, 2010 in Ecology | 3 comments

Education and Climate Change

Every child should visit school. Not that this is so in some parts of the world, where children are forced to work instead of going to school. And those kids don’t play either! The only way of improving the lives of people is to grant them adequate education. That this statement is right, can be seen by the standard of education in the developed countries and those in the less fortunate parts of the world. The better the education, the higher the standard of living and the higher the...

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50 Days of Oil Spill and More to Go!

Posted by on Jun 12, 2010 in Ecology | 49 comments

50 Days of Oil Spill and More to Go!

The Morality of Climate Change demands that if something terrible as the present Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico will happen again, because of negligence,  the people responsible must be held accountable in criminal court. Even if the accidents are of a lesser degree. In a time where the danger of a changing climate becomes a real possibility other, tighter criterion’s must be applied! Natures Right to remain complete and undamaged must be regarded higher then the present practice. When...

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