Monthly Archives: June 2022

Climate change: It Was The Sun All Along – So Say The Bulgarians

Guest essay by David Archibald The gentle, much-appreciated warming of the second half of the 20th century could not have had carbon dioxide as its cause. Carbon dioxide’s logarithmic heating effect is weak at 100 ppm, tuckered out well and … Continue reading

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#BookReviews 5 #Stars for each one

You would be amazed at the variety of the books that I am sharing with you today. If the young adult adventurous story made me feel as young as Lily and Christy, Mateo’s blood brother kept me at the edge … Continue reading

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Tourism Demand and Types of Tourists

Tourism demand is the total number of persons who travel or wish to travel to use the tourist facilities away from their places of work and residence. (Mathieson and Wall, 1982) Tourism is a dynamic field. It varies on the … Continue reading

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Doug Casey on the Rapid Cultural Decline and What Comes Next

Originally posted on MCViewPoint:
My guess is that for years to come, we’re going to see a serious devolution of civilization everywhere. The world has become top-heavy with the fruits of civilization. Hundreds of millions rely on those fruits, with…

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