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Focus

While I agree that it’s important not to sweat the small stuff, I believe that it’s just as important to keep one’s eye on the ball and not lose sight of the wood for the trees.

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Sun burns water

Thanks to Sakis Koukouvis, I’ve just learned about a breakthrough in artificial photosynthesis achieved by researchers headed by Professor Sun at the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH) in Stockholm, Sweden. The researchers have designed a molecular catalyst able to convert … Continue reading

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It doesn’t bear thinking about

Dismissed out-of-hand by some as merely another symbol, the polar bear is an apt icon of our times. Take, for instance, this story from Nature earlier this year. It begins in 2006 with a survey finding a number of polar … Continue reading

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Climate change in three acts

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“Arithmetic, population and energy” by Dr Albert A Bartlett

This is one of those videos I keep coming back to. Each time I watch it, I find that it’s easier to understand. Greg Craven (of manpollo.org and gregcraven.org) uploaded the playlist of all eight short videos comprising in total … Continue reading

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Communicating climatology is no doddle

The image below is one man’s attempt to inform and simultaneously demonstrate the nightmare faced by individuals wishing to inform themselves about the facts of climate change. I think he succeeded on both counts. See the original at David McCandless’ … Continue reading

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