Temperature and Economic Development

29 thoughts on “Temperature and Economic Development”

  1. Interesting post. i agree with u that it is hard to prepare for lessons in hot. But i think too cold can also be harmful for studying.
    Thanks for sharing☆

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  2. You are right for many cases. Indeed there are some small exceptions like; Singapure, Australia and Russia. But you have quite original and strong supportive idas which I liked most. Nice job!

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  3. I agree with Pete, go to England for your preferred weather…However an interesting post but cold can have an adverse effect and I tend to think it is much of what happens in a child’s formative years which helps determine their love for study…If games and the like are done against the clock it does increase reflexes we have seen that in simple games with our granddaughter, she loves puzzles and loves to know how quickly she can complete a puzzle we set a timer. Now she in school she applies the same to her school work she gets her head down and focuses her results are very good. Thank you for the follow 🙂

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  4. Interesting post. I think that many things suffer in the extremes of climates. However, countries with extremely cold areas like US, Canada, Russia etc have developed high insulating mechanisms for keeping themselves warm in extreme cold.
    On the other hand, countries like UAE have big Air cooling systems, but for manual labor, one has to toil in extreme heat which can be counter productive.
    Yet there are other factors. Somehow I feel that most Asians have a tendency not to got for personal excellence(things are changing though), but western folks are more towards Individual perfection.
    The attitudes do impact results.
    So people who live in Air conditioning for the whole year in hot places are no more productive than labours, plumbers, electricians toiling in high heat and humidity.

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  5. Climate and geography are the great determiners or movers of human history, and also of the populations and distribution of all plants and animals over time.


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