Daily Archives: November 27, 2018

A Cold Place At The End Of The World

What makes us view a place as the end of the world?  If one is a believer in a flat earth [1], one might ponder that it was the point at the end of the dish looking over into blank … Continue reading

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Book Review: Cold Front

Cold Front:  Conflict Ahead In Arctic Waters, by David Fairhall It would be fair to say that the author is at least a bit too concerned about global warming, because even he recognizes that it is unlikely to be an … Continue reading

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Book Review: Greenland: The End Of The World

Greenland:  The End Of The World, by Damjan Koncnik with Kevin Kato I have often wondered about how it would be to visit Greenland, and this book did not discourage me thinking of it as an interesting task that would … Continue reading

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