Tag Archives: Kurt Vonnegut

Immigrants, 2

Can there ever be too many immigrants? If climate change makes heavily populated regions of earth uninhabitable, then we will not be able to stop the people from these regions heading for other places. Borders will come under extreme pressure; … Continue reading

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The economic crisis

After all these years, I am still curious about what caused the financial crisis that enveloped the world seven years ago. Procol Harum were in no doubt. Their 2003 album The Well’s On Fire, several years before the crunch, included … Continue reading

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Finite geometries at Kloster Irsee

Last week, I was at a Finite Geometry conference in Kloster Irsee. Michael Giudici and John Bamberg, two of the proprietors of SymOmega, were also there; you can get another view of the conference from Michael’s blog post. The name … Continue reading

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