Daily Archives: December 1, 2012

Talakadu – forgotten by the sands of time:A Typical Indian Story(link)

It is the classical Indian story. A tale told by gods and demons, filled with kings and queens, replete with curses and boons. There is a little bit of history here, blended with some geology and topped with legends and … Continue reading

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Antarctica and Greenland Loosing Ice Fast

Science Daily reports that the planet’s two largest ice sheets have been losing ice faster during the past decade, causing widespread confusion and concern.Dozens of climate scientists have reconciled their measurements of ice sheet changes in Antarctica and Greenland over … Continue reading

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Great Mosques Around the World(link)

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Originally posted on Experimental Geographies:
This looks like really fantastic – a CUNY conference that examines how we might come to think about and inhabit cities differently. Further details are available here.

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