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Saturday, 10 December 2011

LINK: Humour - Systems of Gouvernement, Economic Systems, Companies Described in few sentences.

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Friday, 9 December 2011

Conversation starter - from Tom Harper's Thriller entitled "The Book of Secrets"

Tom Harper's Thriller entitled "The Book of Secrets"  is  an excellent read in itself but let me give you a quote worth pondering upon-a conversation comment starter from medieval section page 313

A perception of economics by a main character, the goldsmith Johannes and the money lender Soltz in the flash back sections on medieval origins of our intrigue:

"Soltz (the money lender) had it wrong about money. It is not like a plough or a pair of bellows, to be hired out and returned. It was the water driving the mill of endeavour. It did nor matter where it came from or where it went. So long as it kept flowing."

Does this still apply today, and if so to what extent: Comment welcome give your estimate on a scale say:
 0 to 100%

The Book of Secrets by Tom Harper, Thriller,
ISBN 978-0_099-53276-7
Editor, rbooks,UK

Friday, 4 November 2011

NEW Site: House and Furniture for Sale - Maison et Ameublement à Vendre

NEW Site: House and Furniture for Sale - Maison et Ameublement à Vendre is now added to my inter-linked site list.

Here is a direct link in this post.

and to the sister site in French:  LIEN

Wednesday, 12 October 2011

Poetry Voices - Web editor of poetry - via Twitter

I have just added Poetry voices to my blog list.

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A couple of Examples of news on Poetry Voice :

1. Scottish poet John Burnside wins Forward poetry prize.
2. Swedish poet Transtroemer wins Nobel Literature


Tuesday, 11 October 2011

Poet at Jaybern brought to my attention via Entrecard

Poet at Jaybern also deserves the auxiliary title "Poetry at Jaybern" The author not only writes poetry for therapeutic reasons and is a living example of the success of  such approaches (join the club Jay) but also helps other poets to bring their work to light. The site is very well designed both technically and esthetically.

I have one other wish, ie. I hope the poet at Jaybern is also as keen on science as I cf.  the image of a technically equipped "handicapped" athlete running with prothesis

Poet at Jaybern
Jay's blog selection

Thursday, 11 August 2011


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Eric Prat in Moulins


Mechanical links in osteopathy (in FR)

Le lien mécanique ostéopathique , Théorie et pratique

P. ChauffourE. Prat

Le lien Mécanique Ostéopathique : artères et système neuro-végétatif

Good luck - yours in French and English with a Scottish bent

Saturday, 12 March 2011

Aspirin protects against several types of cancer_What the doctor has long suspected

Effect of daily aspirin on long-term risk of death due to cancer: analysis of individual patient data from randomised trials
• Article
The Lancet, Volume 377, Issue 9759,  1 January 2011, Pages 31-41
Rothwell, P.M.; Fowkes, F.G.R.; Belch, J.F.; Ogawa, H.; Warlow, C.P.; Meade, T.W.

So when will the medical corps and governmental authorities draw-up a protocol ?
Have you ever tried to insure a bank loan eg. for your own home at the age of 65. 65? you tell every one you are 65years old until you reach 66 but the insurance companies most often take this as over 65 (look at you as though you have one foot in the grave and bump up their interest rates even if you have no apparent life style hitches indeed you pride yourself on doing your bit to keep fit, well and useful not to mention respecting your end of the contract (end 80 years of age) just for the record. As far as I know no assurance co. asks for a genetic test but surely it will come - "family history it's called euphemistically.

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