"World" Blogs & Blog Posts

Irrational FocusIrrational Focus

A bit of this, some of that and a whole lot the the other thing. You know, ...

 
Doug's DarkworldDoug's Darkworld

War, history, and science in a fractured world. A hopefully educated and ob...

 
DockerzDockerz

Blog that talks about the last news and amazing curiosities.

 
The Centre of the WorldThe Centre of the World

A collection of photos and found items combined with literature and poetry ...

 
bigblueglobebigblueglobe

Ramblings from Tom about Antarctica, New Zealand, Colorado and the World...

 


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These charts are from the YouGov Poll. They questioned 30,000 people in 28 countries on climate change. I found the results interesting, and thought you might also.

Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson, a man elected with the support of just 0.13 percent of the British population, has suspended Parliament for almost a month ahead of the October 31st Brexit deadline, sharply reducing the amount of time av...

Leaders representing the world’s seven biggest economies struck a deal on Monday to bring badly needed aid to the fire-stricken Amazon, following global uproar over the growing threat to the critical natural resource. But the announcement will...

YouTube’s parent company, Google, has announced that it was disabling 210 channels that were part of a “coordinated” campaign to mold public opinion about the pro-democracy protests that have gripped Hong Kong for months. In a blog...

    Once again, President Trump has outdone himself. This is regarding his planned visit to Denmark. Denmark was one of the founding twelve members of NATO in 1949, so it’s been a US ally for a long time. As an aside, Denmark is one of th...

Twitter and Facebook announced on Monday the suspension of hundreds of thousands of accounts believed to be part of a massive disinformation campaign by the Chinese government to sow discord among pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. “We are...

Failing to adequately address climate change could do significant damage to the U.S. economy and to global markets by the end of the century, new research out this week shows. The study, published in the National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER) on...