Monthly Archives: April 2015

“The Probability Broach” Review

In attempting to get a political message across in a book, many authors can fall into the trap of sacrificing story to emphasize the message in a way that pulls the reader out of the narrative. Political tracts such as … Continue reading

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The Republic of Acre

The interior of the Amazon basin has had an interesting history. While Manaus, the largest city in the interior of the Amazon, was founded in the 1660s, the western Amazon was one of the last areas of South America to … Continue reading

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The UK Seven-Party Election Debate

With just one month left before the British general election, the election campaign is now in full swing. On April 2, the parties competing for seats in England, Wales, and Scotland held a landmark debate featuring all seven major parties … Continue reading

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