Perception is everything

Over on Lack of Environment, I’ve been reminded of Greg Craven‘s decision matrix:

… and this, in turn, reminded me of an image I made a couple of years ago …

(I thought I had already posted this image a while back, but I can’t find it anywhere — I guess it was in a draft swallowed up in the switch from Live Spaces. Once again, the superiority of technology has defeated this humble example of homo fatuus brutus.).

I made the image to demonstrate how Greg’s grid can be (must be!) modified so as to enable the actions we needed to take. At Copenhagen. But that didn’t happen. At Durban, then? … we live in hope. Or, some of us do: others still refuse to accept we have a problem. I have an image for them, too:

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Phlyarologist (part-time) and pendant. Campaigner for action against anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and injustice in all its forms. Humanist, atheist, notoftenpist. Wannabe poet, writer and astronaut.
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2 Responses to Perception is everything

  1. Martin_Lack says:

    I remember that Greg invited his viewers to do this. When you do, you realise why the Fossil Fuel Lobby are so keen to deny we have a problem to fix. This is because, when they push the horizontal line in the opposite direction (i.e. downwards), the red box/sad face becomes very small – almost insignificant. It’s analagous to looking through the wrong end of a telescope.


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