Monthly Archives: September 2016

My Global Family Vacation Part 5: France and Sense of Security

Figure 1 – a weekend scene Near Canal Saint-Martin in Paris Before the international meetings on climate change started in Paris (COP21 – see the four December 2015 blogs), I asked my younger family members there to monitor the street … Continue reading

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Fear

“When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny” -Thomas Jefferson   This election, as characterized by the media, is dominated by fear: The vast majority of Americans say they are afraid … Continue reading

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My Global Family Vacation Part 4: Malta

  Figure 1 (from August 2 blog) Figure 2 – Map of Malta Figure 1 from my August 2nd blog shows my summer vacation route. Malta is a tiny dot on that map but I felt it necessary to show … Continue reading

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Globalization at the Top: Sport and Science

Hello all and thank you so much for your patience. I usually try to post my blog on Tuesdays but due to some technical difficulties this week’s entry got delayed. Lately I’ve been alternating between the takeaway from my vacation … Continue reading

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