Global warming: Polar ice caps, permafrost thaw and retreat of mountain glaciers
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Polar ice caps The mass results of polar ice caps in Antarctica and Greenland has been negative for the past decade, although some parts of Antarctica are thickening as a result of increased snowfall. Mass loss occurs in coastal areas … Read More

Democracy
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(A map of the world showing the results of The Economist’s Democracy Index survey for 2017. ) Full democracies    9–10    8–8.9 Flawed democracies    7–7.9    6–6.9 Hybrid regimes    5–5.9    4–4.9 Authoritarian regimes    3–3.9    … Read More

Global warming: Melting of sea ice
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 (2005 and 2007 had minimum records of Arctic sea ice extent. 10 years later (2017) Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska warming worsened, no sea ​​ice recovery) Several studies indicate that sea ice is shrinking. The surface of the sea … Read More

Fine-tuned Universe – The Fine Tuning Argument
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 (The Discovery Institute’s Center for the Renewal of Science and Culture used banners based on The Creation of Adam from the Sistine Chapel. Later it used a less religious image, then was renamed the Center for Science and Culture.) In … Read More

Plato about climate change
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(Rhamnous, an ancient Greek city in Attica.) Plato, the Greek philosopher, describes the effect of local climate change in Attica in his Critias: “The land was the best in the world, and was therefore able in those days to support … Read More

Induction (Inductive reasoning)
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Induction is historically the name used to signify a kind of reasoning that proposes to look for general laws from the observation of particular facts, on a probabilistic basis. At present, high school geography curricula involve representative case studies of … Read More

When the gulls fly
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When the white gulls fly, screaming, the sky is weeping and our dreams die … Nicolae Sfetcu, 3/20/2018

Scientific methods
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(René Descartes, French philosopher, mathematician and physicist, actor of the scientific revolution, considered as the founder of modern philosophy.) The scientific method refers to the set of canons guiding or having to guide the production process of scientific knowledge, whether … Read More

Winter
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it’s winter on my frozen lake the seagulls Nicolae Sfetcu, 03.01.2018

Duty-based theories
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Duty-based morals establish the moral character of our actions on the concept of obligation. This type of morality is conceivable regardless of any consequences that may result from our actions. For example, according to Kant, one should not lie to … Read More

Important Facts to Know About Education in Spain
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Spain has invested a lot of money to make reforms in its educational system. According to various reports, the system has improved greatly in the last few decades. Most reforms have been in both primary and secondary education to ensure … Read More

Relativity
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Are we really sad during the yellow autumn, or she is dreary? Nicolae Sfetcu, 06.10.2017

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