Bariloche

April 26th, 2013

If the silent Word is your slave, the express is your master. A Summit of Unasur, this time in San Carlos Bariloche, Argentina will take place, all in order to evaluate what stands for this continent the agreement signed between Colombia and the United States in relation to seven American military bases operating in Colombia […]

Total Climate Summit Failure

April 19th, 2013

The last verdict of the climate summit held in Copenhagen in the month of diciembra is: TOTAL failure to the efforts and expectations of the planetary community, because Presidents, delegates and authorities together, after so much expectation that became, not be got nothing, nothing, nothing, so will not be get decrease the polluting gases with […]

Secrets Of Sumerian

April 12th, 2013

Unravel the mysteries of Sumer – ancient civilization originated in the Middle East, the scientific minds of the entire planet unsuccessfully trying for a long time. The only reliable set of data is the fact that the first Sumerian civilization began about 450,000 years ago. The rest of the story of this highly developed culture […]

Controversy Between Cities

April 6th, 2013

By Alfredo Armando Aguirre started this communication, making explicit that it passes through the path of scientific publication. Prior to the start of writing, 1st. June in the Gregorian calendar in 2008, just as we in the communications that we have been making little more than three decades, we consider the problem of granting title, […]

Johannesburg Summit

April 5th, 2013

Also, the surface required for tourism is huge and is often constructed out of infrastructure and land for communal use. Thus, the construction of hotel zones and tourist developments, campsites, golf courses and equipments sporting or tourism transportation infrastructure (streets, car parks, railways and airports) only indirectly have positive effects for the local population. At […]

Copenhagen Summit

April 4th, 2013

But there were conflicting views with respect to how good were these news. Journalist Gregg Easterbrook environmental issues reported in The New Yorker magazine that environmental laws together with the enormous variety of private efforts encouraged by the environmental awareness have had impressive success regulations on the environment, far from being cumbersome and expensive, have […]

State Security

April 2nd, 2013

We can not let unlimited consumption of human beings decide what luck will run nature. After all, it is our own luck.Tsetsegee Munkhbayar, Mongolian winner of the AmbientalGoldman prize of 2007 another Summit more in pro of seeking solutions, proposals, actions that will counteract the effects of climate change, which is taking place on planet […]