The Greek Philosopher Plato argued it is scarcity that gives a resource its valuable, and water, which is the best of all things.. is also the cheapest. That water was cheapest, for a logical master such as Plato, have meant it was a plentiful resource – a resource for which there was no competition. Read […]
Archive | October, 2015
El Columpio at the end of the world,. would you do it?
Swing sets are typically used by children on a playground, but this makeshift contraption known as the Swing at the End of the World or as I came to call it “El Columpio de la Muerte” “The Swim of Death” is only for the bravest adventurers willing to take the risk of falling off the […]
Oysters taste best when you open them yourself.
Kosterhavet National Park, which was established in 2009 on the centennial of Europe’s first national parks, a set of nine parks all in Sweden. In conjunction with Norway’s adjoining Ytre Hvaler National Park, Kosterhavet protects a sprawl of ocean about the size of Vermont that’s home to some 6,000 marine species. Kosterhavets is centred around […]
Syrian refugees and the other migrant crisis.
There is nothing new about the Syrian refugee crisis being follow by the press at the doorsteps of Europe,. The Mexico/US border has seen the same if not one of the worst cross-border exodus of human smuggling on the planet. Sure, some of the circumstances might be slightly different but not by much,. Central America […]