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Thank you for visiting. Without you this page would not exist. But before philosophy takes over, let 's have a look at what the php programming environment on the server actually knows about you:

The context in which Javascript operates, reveals even more intimate details:

René Magritte, The Human Condition, 1935.

Impressive, he? If you choose to contact us, we may also find out your name and email address.

The point here is that all this data is lost the very moment when you leave this page. This is a good thing because privacy matters. The only trace that you leave in our log, the only thing we will know is a certain browser requested this page at a certain time. Together with visits to other pages a pattern arises revealing your interests and reading habits. Together with those of other visitors a picture emerges of what you might be looking for. This information is solely used to improve the site wherever we can. We wouldn't have the first idea on which continent to start if we wanted to come and hunt you down.


Cookies are used on this site to remember presentation aspects such as the positions of maps and the sorting of tables, so that when you return to the page it will appear as you left it. If you do not return within thirty days, the cookie will expire normally. Some users may however be concerned about their privacy and invariably distrust any and all cookies. If you want to delete the cookie associated with this site, you are welcome to run this script. Some browsers require a restart or a page refresh to fully forget some cookies.


The content of the website is provided as a service to the web wide world without any claims of trustworthiness or fitness for a particular purpose. This website is not commercially or otherwise affiliated with other websites, and external links are offered for further exploration without specific endorsement of any kind. Every effort is made to verify facts and figures and the like before publication. Errors are corrected as soon as they are discovered. Errare humanum est, perseverare diabolicum, as good old Seneca put it.

See the changelog to get an impression of why, how and when the site is made.


An excerpt from the 1983 Eurythmics song Sweet dreams.