Pour tous mes amis qui vivent en France, et à ceux que je ne sais pas qui vivent en France, et ceux qui étaient en visite en France; Je suis tellement désolé cet événement terrible est arrivé. Je ne comprends pas comment on pourrait porter notre acte tel et. Il est tout simplement fou. Trop fou.

Je suis heureux que la folle homme a été tué, mais je souhaite aussi que la façon dont il est venu à ce sujet qu’il ferait un tel acte est découvert pour que les crimes de plus en similaires ne seront pas commises.

S’il vous plaît, si vous étiez partout près de ce terrible événement, annoncer en quelque sorte que vous êtes bien. Je l’ai cherché une liste «check-in» sans succès.

Que Dieu nous bénisse tous.



D Day Photos Then and Now + WWI Sea Photos

Click the WW 2 photo and it fades to an image of the scene today.
Also some interesting WW1 war at sea shots.
These interesting links were sent by historical novelist

Shale Formations Identified To House Nuclear Waste —- Now What???

So now even areas that we thought were safe from mining operations are to be contaminated by reverse-mines?  Is everywhere


We are all relatives.    Bear


USGS Newsroom

Technical Announcement: U.S. Shale Formations Might Safely House Nuclear Waste Released: 7/23/2013 11:00:00 AM

Contact Information: U.S. Department of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey   Office of Communications and Publishing 12201 Sunrise Valley Dr, MS 119 Reston, VA  20192

Shale and other clay-rich rock formations might offer permanent disposal solutions for spent nuclear fuel, according to a new paper by the U.S. Geological Survey. There is currently about 70,000 metric tons of this spent fuel in temporary storage across the United States.While no specific sites have been evaluated for storage potential in the United States, USGS scientists have looked at several research efforts, including projects that are underway in France, Belgium and Switzerland to confirm that shale formations in those countries are favorable for hosting nuclear waste repositories.

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A Gypsy family travels the French roads during the Second World War, followed by Little Claude, a young boy seeking a new family after his parents “left and never returned”. Upon reaching a town where they traditionally stop for a few months and work in vineyards, aviey learn that a new law forbids them from being nomadic. Theodore, the town’s mayor, and Miss Lundi, the schoolteacher, protect and help the Gypsies. Despite this, They are arrested and placed in an internment camp. Theodore manages to rescue them and gives them a piece of property where they must settle. But the Gypsies’ deeply ingrained thirst for freedom makes this sedentary lifestyle difficult to bear. After Theodore and Miss Lundi are arrested for resistance, the Gypsies decide they must get back on the move in order to remain free

Feb 12—-Wolves in France


FLORA AND FAUNA France reshuffles the pack in bid to end wolf wrangle Paris (AFP) Feb 07, 2013 – Can you teach a wolf not to eat sheep? The idea is being floated in France, where the return of the wolf has got farmers and environmentalists at each other’s throats. Under a proposed “National Wolf Plan,” the government says it will conduct experiments into “educating” the canine carnivore, which is spreading stealthily in remote areas. Rest assured, this scheme does not entail lec … more

New Book: “La Colonia Francesa de Florida (1562-1565)

Repeating Islands


The rare Jacques Le Moyne de Morgues full color engravings about the French colony in Florida, in a Jean-Paul Duviols edition.

In the second part of his work “Great Voyages” (1591) the engraver, printer

and publisher Theodor de Bry (1528-1598) evokes the adventures of a French Calvinist group that commanded by captain Jean Ribault and the explorer Rene Laudonniere attempted, between the years of 1562 and 1565, to settle in the Florida peninsula.

The encounters with the Timucua indians, the intervention of the Spanish troops led by the first Spanish governor of Florida, Pedro Menendez de

Aviles, and the subsequent slaughter of almost all the French settlers, are the predominant elements of an episode of the European Wars of Religion exported to the New World.

Being Huguenot, Captain Jean Ribault on his return to Europe was forced to seek shelter in England, where was granted an audience before Queen Elizabeth…

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