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The Next 100 Years

American political scientist George Friedman made a forecast in this book that is contrary to what most of us would make judging by what is happening nowadays only. The 21st century, according to him, will be abundant in technological improvements of any kind, demographic crises, and also wars similar to what we have seen in The Fifth Element, Star Wars, and other books and movies picturing the future. Continue reading


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Climate Change – Past, Present, Future

How many times have you heard or read about climate change and what we are supposed to do in order to prevent future air pollution and other undesirable outcomes? Energy has never been very big an issue, and among the reasons for this were the rising gas prices during the first half of this year – and especially the U.S. presidential campaigns. Americans have come across with numerous infomercials about alternative fuels, articles and news about them, and everything in between. The result so far, of course, is next to nothing.

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My Opinion About the War in Georgia

This week will be discussed for years to come because of the military conflict in Georgia’s province of South Ossetia. I expect a lot of interpretations about it in the future, and it cannot be otherwise. After all history can be interpreted differently no matter whether or not we want it.

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