Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill,  KG, OM, CH, TD, PC, FRS (30 November 1874 – 24 January 1965),
who knew a thing or two about desperate situations, remarked in a speech before the Joint Session of the
Canadian Parliament on December 30, 1941: "We have not journeyed all this way across the centuries,
across the oceans, across the mountains, across the prairies, because we are made of sugar candy." Among
his other achievements, Churchill was Prime Minister twice, won the Nobel Prize in Literature and
remains one of two people to be made an Honorary Citizen of the United States in his lifetime (the other is
Mother Teresa; five people were made Honorary Citizens posthumously).
March 2010 Chronology  Click here
April May 2010 Chronology  Click here
03/09 From Prehistoric Nabta Playa to Twenty-First Century Countries Today Click here
03/08 Using Regression to Move Forward: Super-Sahelian Spirals Click here
03/07 Mining for Silver in the Middle East - the velocity of money  Click here
03/06 Another email about earthquakes Click here
03/04 Another email about earthquakes in the Southern Pacific and near Sicily Click here
September 2010 to February  2011 Chronology  Click here
03/13 Tomiko Atkins - selected lines From Rudyard Kipling Click here
03/15 For a change of pace but still worrying about velocity - Portugal  Click here
03/17 Ireland: solar power and bio-fuels  Click here
03/19 GE Mark 1 reactors in the US  Click here
03/20 The Dark Side of Continuous Counting Click here
03/21 Genetics of Blue eyes Click here
03/22 The Dark Side - counting deaths Click here
03/23 The Dark Side - counting injuries Click here
03/24 Degrees of Freedom Powerpoint slide deck - serial correlation and higher moments Click here
03/27 The Cacao Coast  Click here
04/13 How Sirt (Libya) resembles Sendai (Japan)  Click here
04/23 The Solomons  Click here
04/26 Cascadia  Click here
04/29 Roman Forecast Click here
05/06 Seismicity predictions for many countries in multiple languages from KLIPSPRINGER  Click here
05/14 Italian geologists on trial  Click here
05/22 Belarusan rubles and rubble  Click here
05/27 Lakes - saline and fresh  Click here
05/29 Syria - The Moving Finger  Click here
06/03 The Chinese Remainder Theorem Click here
06/10 A Tale of Three Cities Click here
03/05 South of South Island (NZ) Click here
06/17 MIA Missing in Alaska Click here
Selected entries focused on the Eastern Honshu (Japan) earthquakes and tsunami - most work done
during March and April 2011
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06/24 Osaka Bay: tsunami in a T-pot Click here
07/03 North of North Island(NZ): Click here
07/07 Covariance Click here
07/17 English Channel quake Click here
07/20 Riots in Malawi Click here
07/23 Latvian Parliament, Estonian singing, Lithuanian real estate  Click here
07/05 Fullerton CA police kill schizophrenic Click here
07/13 SASSA poll coming  Click here
03/14 Tonga Click here