2013- 01- 15 12:06:00 2013- 01- 15 12:06:00 [BLOG] Some Tuesday links Centauri Dreams' Paul Gilster about the likely abundance of Earth-like planets in Earth-like orbits. writes Daniel Drezner writes ( , 1 ) about how ad hoc coalitions of world powers are able to deal relatively decisively in some matters of global affairs. 2 At The Dragon's Tales, Will Baird that Titan's hydrocarbon lakes appear to have floating ice. notes Eastern Approaches the toxicity that disputes over war memorials in the Balkans, noting an Albanian memorial in southern Serbia. notes False Steps' Paul Drye one rocket technology that, if adequately developed, could have let the Soviet Union reach the moon. notes At A Fistful of Euros, Alexander Harrowell that the United States does not want the United Kingdom to leave the European Union. notes Marginal Revolution about the geographical, historical, and other factors that let free cities survive. asks questions The Signal's Bill LeFurgy digital archivists' work to that of paleontologists. Nice analogy. compares Yorkshire Ranter Alexander Harrowell that conservative British pundits in the United States are a much smaller and more unrepresentative minority than is often believed. notes Window on Eurasia that Soviet-era apologia for the deadly assault on the Vilnius radio station in 1991 is being used in modern Russia. notes
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