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Why Walled Enclaves and Communities Offer Greater Security and Better Surveillance

by AutrementDit Toronto. Why Walled Enclaves and Communities Offer Greater Security and Better Surveillance The quest for security organizes modern life. In a world perceived as increasingly unstable and insecure, the hyper-regulation of boundaries and borders has become a dominant response. Boundary regulation in urban and suburban settings may be seen

Why Small Towns are Lagging Behind?

by Ronald (Ron) Douglas Frazier Why Small Towns are Lagging Behind? There are 4,378 urban centres that have the 285 million urban citizens of the country. Of these there are 35 cities that have more than 1 million people and together account for 107.88 million people. That means the remaining 177.12

What Do Research Tell Us About Us?

by Simon & His Camera What Do Scientific studies Inform Us About Us? Locavores are folks who feel in consuming locally made food. For a increasing quantity of locavores across the U.S. that implies raising chickens in their backyards - legally. For example, Portland permits three hens without having a permit

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