Monthly Archives: January 2013

Originally posted on The Skeptical Teenager:
Hello everybody, Today is the first time I blog to you guys for over 4 months, and I deeply apologize, I have not found any time to blog for ages, and with it being summer…

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Originally posted on YouViewed/Editorial:
The Federalist Papers    

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Originally posted on THE DIRT:
By 2030, 60 percent of the world’s population will live in cities. To avoid an explosion of cars, which creates air pollution, greenhouse gas emissions, congestion, and traffic deaths, new, more sustainable patterns of urban…

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Originally posted on Open Geography:
A colleague recently asked me if geographers have written anything on the history of distance as a concept, especially since the Medieval period and the early modern. (He had in mind Elden’s history of territory.)…

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