The next few weeks are going to be full of stories of the first of the year.
This is a bit of a “what to expect” topic, but don’t worry, it’s not going to be terrible.
This is one of the most important topics of the year because it will allow us to start looking at the year’s events in a more scientific way. We already have a pretty good idea of what happened to the world in 2008, with the end of the economic and financial crisis. We have a pretty good idea of what happened to the world in 2009, with the increase in global temperatures.
The problem is that we know a bit about 2009 and a bit about 2008, but a lot is still unknown. For instance, the current global average temperature is higher than it was before the crisis, but we don’t know what caused it. But more importantly, we don’t know what will happen in the future. There are a lot of uncertainties that we have to deal with right now and we need to start looking at them.
We dont know exactly what’s coming next. But we do know that this story is the latest in a long series of stories about the world of akila. If you ever wanted to know what happened in 2008, just look at the headlines.
Now that our own global climate crisis has caused the world to become ever more aware of how much we depend on fossil fuels, we are seeing a lot more stories about the consequences of our choices. In the last few weeks we have seen stories about the oil-rich country of Niger declaring war on the world because of oil spills on their land. We have seen a story about the rising number of black smokers in the United States.
We’ve heard the word “slate” for a while.
Slate is the name of the huge, wide, and flat slab of quartz that was once used to create the chalk for the Roman Empire. It was used for writing for the first time in the 2nd century AD, but since then, the slate has been used in many different ways. It is also used as a writing surface.
On Friday night I watched a documentary on YouTube about the Obama administration that was posted by a bunch of them. It looked exactly like the president’s video of the day. It was absolutely stunning. I was completely in awe. If I hadn’t watched it on Saturday, I would have never have had this thought.
If you are a fan of history, you will love this documentary. It is the type of documentary you would never want your parents to watch, but if they arent watching it, you will want to watch it. There were some great segments from a historian who I had never heard of. He made several points that made me think about my familys history. If I ever get the chance, I am going to have to get some of my familys history out of the archives.