Friday, May 23rd, 2014

Aici scrie clar că cei mai bogați 1% dețin 42.1% din bogăția financiară a USA, iar cei mai săraci 80% rămân cu 4.4% din bogăția asta. Adică avuția medie a unuia din primii 1% e de 763 ori mai mare decât cea medie a unuia din cei mai săraci 80% la sută, adică mai mare […]

my eurovote

Saturday, April 19th, 2014

There is a crucial issue missing from the elections debate, as, perhaps, always in history: the capping of personal wealth. It’s a systems engineering issue rather than a political one, it has nothing to do with beliefs or hopes and everything to do with rationality and logic. I will write a NONE OF THIS on […]

Esperanto, the common Eurolanguage

Wednesday, October 10th, 2007

I was reasoning on the necessity of a common language for EU, earlier on. I dropped too easily Esperanto as a choice, opting for Spanish instead: I feared that a constructed language wouldn’t stand a chance near a historical one. However, due to Amadeo Nuclini, Igor Negravaski, André Calmis and the other commentators on Mr. […]

multilingualism in EU

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

First of all, kudos to Mr. Orban for the way in which he gets busy with the multilingualism: you can add your comment and you can also give a more detailed answer on this E.C. survey. Briefly, what I want to say here is that it would be ideal for any European to know at […]

multilingvism in EU

Thursday, September 27th, 2007

Mai întâi, lăudabilă forma în care dl. Orban se ocupă de multilingualism: poţi s’adaugi şi comentariu’ tău, ba poţi să dai şi un răspuns mai detaliat pe situl E.C.. Deşi am răspuns în ambele locuri, vreau să scriu şi aici despre asta, pt. că subiectul mi se pare important pt. toţi europenii. Pe scurt, ar […]

european union, the common language

Wednesday, February 1st, 2006

I see a lot of competitions going on hiring translators and interpreters for the European instutions and that makes me think about the issue. The E.U. administration should provide a table with two cells: how much does the European administration spend on translating and interpreting, and how much does it spend on the research and […]