Monthly Archives: June 2011

If ever there was a reason

It is one of my most basic tennets that you can never do enough research. so I jumped at the chance to visit Scottish Borderlands last weekend, for a music festival and also to walk in the hills. I drove … Continue reading

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Historical Aspects

The media have been awash with considerations of the ramifications from careful, scientific measurements taken in the last few decades showing a steady increase in the concentration of carbondioxide gas in the Earth’s atmosphere. It shows such a clear and … Continue reading

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Launch Document

This is just the beginning. It’s the distillment of all my recent thoughts and, as such, is pure and simple and not a little profound. Do we need it? Yes we do. Can we do it? Yes we  can. As … Continue reading

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