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Bryan Rombough
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Today's book haul, Black Squirrel Books in Ottawa.
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Widely and rightly regarded as not only one of the finest martial arts films ever made, but one of the greatest works in of all Chinese cinema, King Hu’s A
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Margaret Wente appears to have plagiarized at least four times from three different publications in her recent columns in addition to the two cases of plagiarism outlined in BuzzFeed Canada on Sunday and Monday, CANADALAND has learned.
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The launch of the Atomic Age was marked by a belief that nuclear power would solve all of humanity’s problems on Earth and beyond. Harnessed atomic energy would be “too cheap to meter” and power every home, car, and aircraft. Nuclear-powered irrigation systems and desalination plants would put a permanent end to global hunger and thirst, ushering in
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+William Black I agree, the article's figures are at a variance with the ones in Aerospace Project’s Review, issue V2N2. You seem to have covered all the points I would make already.

Minor nit: while I have seen designs for ion drive spacecraft powered by nuclear fission reactors, I was under the impression that radioisotope thermoelectric generators were unsuitable for that application for some reason or another. However, as the article states, RTGs work splendidly for Mars rovers.
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Humans form cities from concrete, metal and glass, designing structures and infrastructure primarily to serve a single bipedal species. Walking down a familiar city street, it is easy to overlook squirrels climbing in trees, weeds growing up through cracks in the concrete, and pigeons pecking along the sidewalk. Those creatures that do manage to live all around us,
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Built by Carla Juaçaba in , Brazil with date 2005. Images by Nelson Kon. The "Three Peaks" nature preserve, situated in the Nova Friburgo mountains of the Rio Bonito hinterland, was the spot...
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Step 1: Pick one of five topics you’ve written to death about:
Schools don’t do a good job teaching [e.g. math, math, boys vs girls, boys vs girls, boys vs girls, boys vs girls and math…]
Drugs are bad [e.g. pot, pot, pot, pot, pot, pot…]
Trying to solve climate change is pointless and/or it’s not a real problem anyway [e.g. not a real problem, not a real problem, pointless, pointless, pointless, pointless, not a real problem and pointles to try…]
Your comfy life [e.g. I have lots of money but less money, I don’t know how to use my expensive stove, I’m old, I’m old, I’m old, ]
Political topic du jour
Step 2: Take a boomer-centric, contrarian position on the issue.
Step 3: Copy someone else’s work
Step 3: Write your column
Paragraph 1 – Introduce the topic
Paragraph 2 – But wait, everything you thought is wrong because [insert viewpoint of some author/filmmaker/friend]
Next several paragraphs – Summarize the argument of aforementioned author/filmmaker/friend
Concluding paragraphs – Wrap things up with one of the following lessons:
It’s pointless to try & help others
Progressives think with their hearts, conservatives think with their heads
The merits of “tough love”
Step 4: Proofread!  Make sure that you…
wrote with a smug tone
justified the status quo
presented anecdotes as indisputable proof
ignored the contradictions between your own life choices and your current views
used quotation marks!!
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A Touch of Zen is at the same time a study of rural life, a ghost story, a discussion of philosophical ideas and a thrilling fight film, with each element being handled with rare skill by Hu.
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Minimal Belgrade is an artistic series depicting some of the most prominent pieces of Belgrade’s mid-twentieth century architecture. Online Shop
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    Architectural Technology, 1998 - 2001
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