Monthly Archives: November 2013

The Dangers


The international year for tolerance had as immediate objective to sensitize politicians and the public of the dangers linked to contemporary forms of intolerance, conflicts of social, religious and cultural origin sometimes degenerating into wars. Intercultural mediator (educator with immigrants) currently the arrival of workers from the countries of the South of Europe, America, and Africa, is generating in our country a pluralism and cultural heterogeneity new. According to the foreseen perspectives, the immigrants settled in our country are going to go adding one even greater number. But integration will not be easy if we do not face a new social and cultural system where unemployment, discrimination, is present the racism and xenophobia. In a situation like this, the immigrants only can aspire, in a large majority, to a subsistence economy which will only allow them to live in depressed areas economically, socially and culturally. If we add to it that social relationships that occur in these spaces can generate processes of socialization sieved by values in many cases opposed with the group social normative generalized, will sprout a closed system in which the subsequent unsuitability worsen the personal situation and to promote more labeled, social rejection and stigmatization. We also have to consider the imbalance that produces immigrants transition to another foreign country: instability, change in the previous RPG, assuming generally different rules, etc. In this sense, it is necessary to assess the impact on the immigrant, the new social, disappears to leave their country, the immediate social pressure and, if the new contract is unable to internalize social and, therefore, assumes no new rules, you may be exposed, in all likelihood, to inadaptaciones. Faced with this reality, the implementation of actions de nature socio-educational meeting aimed at preventing the emergence of maladjusted behaviour, as for example, the start-up start-up of multicultural preventive programmes aimed at the immigrant population and allow this population’s access to the cultural media and the essential rights of every citizen (education is essential(, health, housing, labour) so that favours social adaptation and therefore an improvement in their quality of life.

Make Drinks


Everyone knows that vodka is one of the most widespread alcoholic beverages across the length and breadth of the planet. This transparent beverage, whose alcohol content is normally between 30% and 50% by volume, has particular popularity and prestige in escandivos countries, so the more recognized by gourmets of vodka brands are Swedish Absolut, the Finland Finnish and Ukrainian Petroff. With the addition of a tiny amount of seasonings, vodka consists only of water and ethanol, and their production process is carried out through the fermentation of grains and other plants rich in starch, usually rye or wheat. There are so many drinks that can be made with vodka, which I need 3 articles to show them a good amount, but I’ll have to leave out many more. Let’s see how to make drinks with vodka. How to prepare Kamikase: list of ingredients: 80 cc Vodka 1 Dash of Triple Sec 1 Dash of lemon juice mix everything in a Shaker with ice. Stir and serve in a cocktail glass.

How to make Blue Monday: list of ingredients: 50 cc Vodka 25 cc Cointreau 25 cc Blue Curacao mix everything in a Shaker with ice. Stir and serve in Martini glass. How to make Creole Cocktail: list of ingredients: 1 measure Vodka 1 measure of Malibu 1 measure of orange juice 1 shot of grenadine mix everything in a Shaker with ice. Stir and serve in a cocktail glass. How to prepare Harvey Wallbanger: list of ingredients: 50 cc Vodka 30 Galliano cc 125 cc orange juice put the vodka in a tall glass with ice and fill, close to the rim of the glass with orange juice (like an orange Vodka or Screwdriver). Put the Galliano over mixture. Now everything is ready to try new drinks and surprise all your friends. Meanwhile, there are other things to keep watching.

Bartlesville Energy Technology Center


In 2000 the German government, formed by the SPD and Alliance’90 / Greens, officially announced his intentions to abandon nuclear energy. J RGEN Trittin (Greens of Germany) as Minister of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety, reached an agreement with energy companies for the gradual stop of the 19 nuclear reactors that the country possesses, and the cessation of civil of nuclear energy by 2020. Based on the load time of 32 years of normal operation of the reactor, the agreement stipulates precisely how much energy is allowed to generate a plant before its closure.
Stade reactor Obrigheim were closed and the 14 November 2003 to May 11, 2005 respectively. The beginning of their dismantling is scheduled for 2007. It is possible that the reactors could be put back into operation by the newly elected government led by the Democratic Unionist Party.
The anti-nuclear activists criticized the agreement because they believe it’s a guarantee that an operation abandonment of nuclear energy. They also argue that the time limit for abandonment of nuclear power is too broad and that the agreement only prohibits the construction of commercial nuclear power plants and is not applicable to the use of nuclear scientist, who has since started its operation, or facilities for uranium enrichment. Moreover, it is not immediately banned the reprocessing of nuclear fuel, but was allowed until mid 2005.
A new law for renewable energy sources believe a new tax to support renewable energy. The German government, which states that climate protection is a key issue of its policy, announced a target of reducing CO2 emissions by 25 compared to 1990. In 1998, renewables reach the 284 PJ of primary energy demand, which corresponds to 5 of total electricity demand. By 2010 the government raised reach 10 .
The anti-nuclear activists argue that the German government has supported the use of nuclear energy by giving financial guarantees to suppliers. They also argue that so far there are no plans for the final storage of nuclear waste. And believe that tightening the regulations on safety and increasing taxes would have forced a more rapid abandonment of nuclear energy. Another issue is that the closure was made at the expense of concessions on security duty to transport nuclear waste throughout Germany. This has been denied by the Minister of Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety.
Critics of the plans to abandon nuclear energy in Germany argue that nuclear power can not be compensated for, and predict an energy crisis, and argues that only coal or oil could compensate for the nuclear energy, a tremendous increase emissions CO2. Should also increase imports of electricity, so that there would be ironic of nuclear power generated in France or Russian natural gas, which some perceive as a non-insurance provider.