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The Frayed Atlantic Edge: a review
Historians and Authors will be biased based on their perspectives, prejudices and culture impact. However, I like it that the author traveled through the many dangers of the sea before presenting the facts. His views were formed on a thoroughly ...
WriterArtist, 5 days ago
The Frayed Atlantic Edge: a review
He does not answer that question, but he does not mention note writing, so I presume that he wrote from memory.
frankbeswick, 6 days ago
Elenydd: quiet beauty at the heart of Wales
Mayflies and other similar flies are found. The quintessential fish are trout, voles were known, but due to mink, either escaped from fur farms or freed by animal rights activists, are now rare.
frankbeswick, 6 days ago
Understanding the Consequences of Global Warming
The action begins with understanding, not just hearing of a dire problem but having a genuine understanding of it. Politicians are often preoccupied with satisfying those who contribute to a campaign, but once an understanding is reached they ...
blackspanielgallery, 6 days ago
Understanding the Consequences of Global Warming
No matter how much the environmentalist make hue and cry on global warming, the action is missing from the political power, governments and forestry. Earth is going to die when our Super Giant Star Sun dies. However; mankind is going to make the ...
WriterArtist, 6 days ago
The Frayed Atlantic Edge: a review
Quite an experience he had. He chose the middle approach. Far less perilous would have been to experience the trip via video, if one were to exist. And a less acceptable approach would have been to take a class of students along, albeit in a ...
blackspanielgallery, 6 days ago
Elenydd: quiet beauty at the heart of Wales
Thank you, Frank. Turloughs definitely call up seasonal, vernal pools over here, but without the obligate limestone setting, according to Wikipedia and other internet sources. Their vegetation entail many of the same-sounding populations, such ...
DerdriuMarriner, 6 days ago
The Frayed Atlantic Edge: a review
Frank This is an excellent piece thank you. Orkney and Shetland are places I would love to visit one day.
Veronica, 7 days ago
Understanding the Consequences of Global Warming
The problem is the air can hold more water vapor, so things tend to dry out more. The areas where wildfires occur will not see frequent storms, due to location. California has a coo water current offshore, that chills the air, preventing it ...
blackspanielgallery, 8 days ago
The Frayed Atlantic Edge: a review
One form of historical bias not mentioned in this book is the way that English history is written with an aristocratic, therefore Norman bias. The Anglo-Saxons are regarded as crude and primitive, ripe for take over by the Normans, who must ...
frankbeswick, 8 days ago
Understanding the Consequences of Global Warming
blackspanielgallery, Thank you for the practicalities and products. Is it that wildfires are seen as more forceful and frequent because the more forceful, more frequent storms will not be enough to soak the wood and stop combustion?
DerdriuMarriner, 8 days ago
The Frayed Atlantic Edge: a review
Thank you, sir, I do love history despite the political/cultural bias historians seem always share.
teddletonmr, 8 days ago
Non-Alcoholic Party Drinks
That would be worth consideration.
blackspanielgallery, 10 days ago
Non-Alcoholic Party Drinks
Modern chemically brewed beer is not very pleasant, but traditional real ale tastes better.
frankbeswick, 10 days ago
Non-Alcoholic Party Drinks
I have no problem with responsible drinking, but I just do not like the taste of beer at all. When I had a kidney stone I was told to drink beer, or at least non-alcoholic beer. It did not work well. I just could not stand the taste.
blackspanielgallery, 11 days ago

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