Christine Kretschmann

English short stories and poems

Election time

Election times written by Christine Kretschmann The time of election campaign has started and suddenly the politicians find their heart for us and harass us with frenzy discussions. Though there is no real difference in their political programs, they look for a topic which brings them the highest level of attention. More… Take Germany for […]

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After Chrismas

After Xmas   Written by Christine Kretschmann   After Xmas we all find out with consternation, that we gain some weigh.   Everyone concur that it wouldn’t been feasible to resist the affluent offer of tasty food. Xmas days are red letter days, where we can perfunctory ourselves a little bit. Enjoying family and friends […]

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History of climate change

History of climate change   written by Christine Kretschmann 03.01.2008     It is a rampant assumption that climate change is promulgated only the last 20 years. The incipient science of climate was around 1890, scientist developed the first automatons to measure the influence of carbon dioxide. They prognosticated, that the increase of carbon dioxide, […]

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Cats written by Christine Kretschmann 1.1.2008   Cats have an infamous reputation of being mundane, but this isn’t true every cat has its own character and its way to achieve things.   Do you know what does tin opener means ?

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Humans and cars

Humans and cars   by Christine Kretschmann 30.12.2007   Today our streets are abounded with all kinds of auto mobiles, this sophisticated automaton has a voracious demand on space.

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Commuters by Christine Kretschmann 31.12.2007 Today most of us are commuters, because work is only available in big cities where living expenses are such high that we have to live far away from our working place.   As a result every morning a throng of hapless people make their way to their offices,grapples their way […]

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