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And Gulliver Returns Book I : Touchdown

By: Bob Oconnor

...le in the first half of this century. Most of this growth occurs because of births in the cities, not because of migration. And few governments can ... ...ugh education and science—begun to slow the raging river of ever increasing births and to turn back the tide before humanity was wiped out by its ow... ...In only 14 more years there was another billion. It reached five billion in 1987, just 13 years, then 12 more years to reach 6 billion. But then thin... ...ver 120,000.. But the world adds 200,000 people per day, with about 350,000 births and 150,000 deaths. The earthquake in Pakistan in 2005 killed 80,... ...ng policies on population and, in view of the compelling need now for fewer births they called for ‘encouragement and support, respect and honor’ to... ...it be ‘loverly’ if we would solve it with our intelligence? And restricting births is the most obvious solution. But further, allowing children to be...

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And Gulliver Returns Book IV : A Look at Our Human Values

By: Lemuel Gulliver XVI

...ough His actions it seems that we should try to eliminate those potential births that would not have a good chance of living in God‘s grace. So mayb... ...ountry, at Georgia State University, found that the cost of illegitimate births and children of divorced parents was $112 billion a year for the U.S... ... 2007 based on the U.S. Census. It showed an alarming rate of increase in births to single people and co- habiting people. In the 25 years from 1980 ... ...and co- habiting people. In the 25 years from 1980 to 2005. Out-of-wedlock births for native born Americans increased from 19% to 35% of all births. ... ...from 13% to 32%. The native American statistics include all of the teenage births, but immigrants often don‘t come to this country until they are pas... ...9th General Assembly of the World Medical Association, Madrid October 8th 1987.). 96. 521 U.S. 702) 97. Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care, 2008 editio...

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Laws of Destiny Never Disappear : Culture of Thailand in the Postlocal World

By: Matti Sarmela

...2000a). Theoretical applications in e.g. Sarmela 1979a. Julkunen - Sarmela 1987. (www.kolumbus.fi/matti.sarmela/index.html) 2. The concept of merito... ...acharas 1977. Sharp – Hanks 1978. Mulder 1978. Tomosugi 1980; 1995. Turton 1987. Nartsupha 2000. 4. Statistical Reports of Changwat Lampang 1972/198... ... Turton 1981 (1978). Izikowitz - Sörensen 1982. Sarmela 1984. Hamilton 1987. Rhum 1994. 8. Sarmela 1984. 9. On the concept of ethnoscape: Appadu... ...aufman 1962. Moerman 1968. Mizuno 1968. Potter 1974. Foster 1975b. Turton 1987. 12. The International Rice Research Institute or IRRI, which direct... ...eddes 1976). On ecological and social elements of swidden culture Sarmela 1987; 2000a. 16. Newspaper reports e.g. Bangkok Post 22.10.2001; 4.11.2001... ...fe? Isn't it a waste of time to go again? Did you tell the phii about the births of your children? What do you do when you get sick? Do you tell the ... ...e same soul be reborn in several people? Did you inform the phii about the births of your children? Do you have any farmland? Some say that it does, b... ...estor-phii also had to be informed of family events, such as marriages and births of children. In the same way, ancestors have been notified of births...

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