Monthly Archives: June 2012

Longest expressway India never had

Dear Readers,Found this thought provoking article on Reuters.Sharing With you ALL.Read and Think In a wheat field near the mighty Ganges river stands a cracked foundation stone surrounded by nibbling goats and farmers driving their cattle in the baking sun. … Continue reading

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Quick Post:Student finds Way of Turning Plastic into Biofuel

A method for generating biofuel by breaking down plastics using a low-cost catalyst will be developed further in the United Kingdom next month . The process was originally developed by a sixteen-year-old Egyptian student, Azza Abdel Hamid Faiad, from the Zahran … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Progressive Geographies:
Graham Harman has an interesting series of posts on self-publishing articles (or open-access publishing). Initial thoughts here; a second-thought here; and a response and his thoughts on that. Part of this is, as he acknowledges,…

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Guest Post -Satellite Internet: An Aid to Geography

We live in very complex systems yet we are united as one. We may have differences in culture, beliefs and languages but we never fail to understand and appreciate the uniqueness of each of one of us. We are humans … Continue reading

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