Tag Archives: climate change

Calvin & Hobbes

I somewhat follow a blog by a ranting US statistician with many stereotypical US¬†obsessions (religion being a major one), don’t ask me why, but his quirky taste for visuals does play into it. A recent post on predictions was headed … Continue reading

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mountains, people, roads and other fantasies

I’ve been rambling about the importance and the fun to prepare yourself a bit for what awaits you in far-away places, i.c. Nepal’s Mustang region. And my hopes for a collection of eye-opening and/or stereotype-countering reminders to give myself (and … Continue reading

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state of fear

My current status of a man of leisure with plenty of reading time allows me to indulge. More than a 1000 pages of Michael Crichton in three days. I normally list my reading here, but the last Crichton I read, … Continue reading

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sustainability is a clusterfuck

That’s a quote from Frederick Kaufman‘s must read Bet the farm, about how food stopped being food, and turned into money. The quote succinctly summarizes the results so far of the many efforts to quantify “sustainability”. ¬†Too difficult….Understanding climate change, … Continue reading

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