Apart from the general criticism of the GDP expressed so eloquently here by Robert F Kennedy, I always wonder about the usefulness of international comparisons. I doubt that the GDP numbers for… 23 more words
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This is a poignant lament for the many vanishing breeds of animal species. From Raúl Ilargi Meijer at antiwar.com:
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“Erwin Schrodinger (1945) has described life as a system in steady-state thermodynamic disequilibrium that maintains its constant distance from equilibrium (death) by feeding on low entropy from its environment – that is, by exchanging high-entropy outputs for low-entropy inputs.
GUILFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — At H20 Farms in Guilford, it is row after row of vibrant green and red lettuce.
One acre of highly maximized space can produce the amount of lettuce that would require forty acres on a traditional farm. 175 more words